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Tuesday, November 11, 2008

A Picture Says a Thousand Words

Back from the vet - check out this picture if you want to know what he had to say.

All the doctor saw was some scar tissue from the surgery. She has gained weight, lymph nodes were good, she seems to be in fabulous health.


Jezebel was an absolute angel.

I've told you Evelyn is no predator - here she is eating grass.


Here are the fabrics I'm using on my latest quilt project.



I read a recent blog entry that I liked. It is about compassion fatigue and local clergy. I thought it was a good article. I also want to mention that this is a blog I thoroughly enjoy.

Hug a veteran or one of their family members, today.

13 comments:

Holee said...

That's great! That is just so, so great! Love her smile too!

Penny said...

Thanks, Holee. I am very relieved.

Anonymous said...

I am so glad she got a good report!

janet

Paula said...

So glad Jezebel is okay. I know you're breathing a sigh of relief. Whatever became of Evelyn's limp? Oh, and I hug my Marine every day...many times.

Paula

Anonymous said...

That's wonderful news! Couldn't be happier for you all.
MAR

Penny said...

Thanks, all. I did such a happy dance that I darn near hurt myself.

Evelyn's limp comes and goes. I do think it is getting better. She probably twisted her ankle or something.

Nancy said...

So glad you got good news today Penny!

Lisa said...

Oh Penny I'm so glad it was good news...

Stephanie D. said...

Great news about Jezebel! She looks rather pleased with herself, too.

They both look very huggable right now.

ranette said...

Awesome news about Jezebel!!
I've used a couple of those fabrics in quilts before, very pretty.

Infinity Quilter said...

That's wonderful news. I think all of you deserve a little treat...do the girls like ice cream?!?!?!? HUGS!

Penny said...

Thanks everyone!!!

Karen said...

So glad to hear the good report. Your girls are just beautiful. Love the new fabrics...will be anxious to see the project.