Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Winner and an Update


First of all, if you remember, I had a giveaway a while ago, and I've drawn a winner.  It's Heather from Creative Confessions.  Heather, I'll get that out to you as soon as you send me your address.

Secondly, I apologize for disappearing.  I have had a flareup of my chronic illness, and have been in bed for almost 6 weeks now!  It looks like I will need surgery, but hopefully I can get a couple of posts up first.  I will put up more about my TESAA trip, and I also am working on a post for my other blog that I think you'll like.  It's about a fabric line that's not very well know, and I even have a link to a store that still has some of it!  I couldn't post without a picture, so above is a pic of some DAR fabric I bought when I was in Williamsburg.  It's one of my favorites.

Take care, and I hope to see you soon.  I have a lot of blog reading to get caught up on.  ;)

23 comments:

Heather said...

WOOOHOOO!!! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!! :o)

Miriam said...

Congratulations Heather!

Lisa, I am sorry to hear you have been unwell for so long. Take good care of yourself and I hope you recover swiftly.

Looking forward to hearing about the fabric on your other blog.

regan said...

So sorry to hear you'll need surgery. Hope this all works out, and you feel better at then end of it! Six weeks in bed....ugh! Awful! Get well soon!

Kathie said...

oh no! i was wondering where you have been! just thought work was zapping all the energy out of you.
Keep me posted on the surgery...hope all goes well and your feeling better soon. Kathie

Heather said...

I have missed you!! So sorry to hear of your illness and surgery. Hope all goes well, you are in my thoughts.

Cheryl said...

So sorry to hear about your illness and hope all goes well with surgery. Prayers for a speedy recovery.

YankeeQuilter said...

That is one of my favorite fabric as well! Hope you are feeling better soon...take care.

Meredith said...

Take care of your self. I hope the surgery goes well

Mary said...

Whatever is wrong, I hope you're much much better soon.

Beth said...

Dear Lisa, good to have you back in Blogland. Hope you are able to find relief soon. Take care,

Beth

Sue said...

Lisa. So sorry to hear your poorly. I hope the surgery does the trick and your back on top form soon.
Take care.

Kate said...

Love that fabric - still have a little bit left... So sorry to hear you have been so unwell - my best wishes for a speedy recovery and if surgery is the answer, I hope for a successful outcome for you.
xx K

Janet said...

Glad you are back. Was very worried.
Janet

Janet said...

Congratulations to Heather. I'm so sorry to hear you've been so unwell. I hope it all gets resolved soon and if surgery is the answer, I hope that it's successful. I'll be thinking of you.

Sheila said...

Lisa,
I am sorry you have been so ill. I hope that the surgery will go well for you.
Best wishes for a fast recovery.

msufans said...

Hi Lisa,
All the best to you healthwise. I am glad to see you blogging again.
Judy
http://smallquiltsanddollquilts.blogspot.com

Vicki said...

Hope you're on the mend soon to enjoy the MI summer weather!

Sandra said...

Missed you, hope you feel better soon. I posted several antique pillar prints on my TTTravels blog -- do you want use some pics on your material blog or have me do a guest post?

Sandra said...

Missed you, hope you feel better soon. I posted several antique pillar prints on my TTTravels blog -- do you want use some pics on your material blog or have me do a guest post?

Quilt Station said...

hiya, hope you are feeling better each day Lisa. Look after yourself.
M xx

Greta said...

So sorry to hear of your illness as I am catching up from being away. Best wishes for a quick recovery from surgery!

Taryn said...

Hi Lisa, I hope you are feeling okay and surgery (if you had to have it) went well. Get better soon! I know you were disappointed you didn't get to see Baltimore Album quilts when you were heading to Williamsburg. I wanted to make sure you were aware that the DAR has the Mary Simon and Mary Mannakee quilts on display in their gallery right now. I think they are up all summer but I would check first. They are in glass cases but you can get very close and spend loads of time inspecting them. I've been to see them twice and will go back again. Who knows if we'll ever get a chance to see them again!

Donna~~ said...

The DAR fabric is lovely. Sorry to hear of your struggles--hope the surgery is able to help you feel better soon!