I brought a quilt to sleep under in my hotel room... I'm thinking I will
always do this from here on out...All it takes to make this room feel
like home, is to wrap up in a homemade quilt.
During hospital time, I finally gave in and downloaded some new apps....
Instagrams... how fun are they?
Some of my goodies from Roseann's shop, and Millie P's ,
and a few from Quilted Treasures . Ideas are developing!
A few more goodies from the antique shop...
did you comment for the book giveaway?
did you comment for the book giveaway?
Guess who busted out today?
Cardio rehab underway!
That's wonderful! I'm happy your mom is doing so well!ReplyDelete
So glad for you both! Yes a homemade quilt from home was a good idea!ReplyDelete
Good for your Mom! So glad she is on the road to recovery. And you'll be on the road home soon, too. I take my favorite flannel quilt along whenever possible. Just makes me sleep better. :-)ReplyDelete
I havn't taken a quilt traveling but did take one to rehab when I had my hip done a couple years ago.ReplyDelete
Hi Mom enjoy rehab. It just makes you stronger and happier. Go for it!!!!
I am so happy to hear she is home again...cario rehab yeah!!!!!ReplyDelete
ok love those yellows /golds on the left...I was shocked not to see piles of reds!
of course you need to be traveling with a quilt!
Glad you are on your way home! So glad to hear that Mom is on her way to rehab! Whew, a relief!ReplyDelete
Your mom looks great after what she's just been through. I know you have been such a comfort to her. I too have taken a quilt along on a trip before...it's wonderful to wrap up in something that is yours.ReplyDelete
Great news about your mom. Here's hoping she's able to dance the jig in no time. :o)ReplyDelete
Glad to hear about your Mom, that is wonderfulReplyDelete
Excellent news! I have been thinking of you both - continued best wishes all around!ReplyDelete
Great going, V's mom! You are doing so well and I am so happy for your entire happy that you are on the mend! Love your quilt idea for hotel rooms, V! One of the things Dr. Oz says about hotels is never, ever lay on top of or frankly, use, their quilts. They are horrificly gross with germs. AND always bring a baggie for the tv remote or spray with lysol. Makes me cringe now that I know those things;) But 'mom' you are out and hopefully free of negative germs and may you only get better and better!ReplyDelete
good wishes sent your way - and so happy that your mom is on the mend! I love the idea of taking one of your quilts to the hotel ... just be sure to run it through the hot dryer when you get home (bedbugs!!!!)ReplyDelete
Yay for busting out! Woo hoo!!!!!ReplyDelete
Life is good!!!!!ReplyDelete
Mom is looking good!!! So glad she is on to the next step.ReplyDelete
I always take at least one quilt with me when I travel, just makes me feel comfy and cozy. Glad you are home and everything went so well! ox
Great news indeed! Glad to see your Mom looking well, and making great prgress :) xReplyDelete
So glad your Mom is out of the hospital! I had a hospital stay myself in November and I knew I was on the mend when I was on my way out the front door. Love the goodies you bought! Lots of pattern and color!ReplyDelete
So glad your Mom's doing better. The "bring your own quilt" idea is AWESOME, and so worth stealing, although it may require a larger suitcase for those of us not good at traveling light.ReplyDelete
Your Mom looks great. Out and smiling!ReplyDelete
So happy your Mom is doing well! Mine is 93 this year and I plan to see her soon.ReplyDelete
I can tell by your smile that your Mom is doing well! Our prayers were heard. I bring quilts and pillows if I can. There's nothing like one's own bed!ReplyDelete
Home is always good!ReplyDelete
Glad your Mom is on the mend. Going home is always great. Looks like you managed to get in some fun stuff too. Great fabric, meeting a friend, playing with your computer. I know it will be good to get home again.ReplyDelete
oh lots of love to you and her.ReplyDelete
big prayers and hugs.
Best wishes to your Mom & you.ReplyDelete
Hi: I have been reading your blog for a few months now and although I'm not usually much of a commenter (shy, you know) I just wanted to say that I am so thrilled your mom is doing better. As a cardiac patient myself I can identify with her journey to recovery and I hope she continues to make slow but steady progress. Take care and happy sewing!ReplyDelete