Wednesday, January 25, 2012

I'm Home and Well

Just wanted to let you know that everything went well and I am home.
In fact I am feeling pretty good. 
Maybe it's the pain meds on board LOL.

I was a winner on a blog hop recently and the gift was a surprise.
It came today. 
Wanna see it?

My win

It is a mini quilt. The bottom part is chenille, too cute.

Remember those daisies I showed you?
Well Ayumi found the royal blue ones!!
She is still waiting to come across the cream and the dark green ones for me.
She was so sweet to go out of her way to look for me. 
She has a great little ETSY shop called the Pink Penguin
You should go and check out her shop.
She has some of the Kerchief girls I love so I bought some of those too.
She tucked a few little surprises into my bag too. 
Thank you Ayumi, for being so generous!

From Ayumi

I'm happy to be home and will write again when I am a little more recovered!! 

~XOP~


12 comments:

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Glad you are home - take it easy! Love your mini - what a 'welcome home'.

Shari said...

It's always good to get back home - that alone makes you feel heaps better! Hope you take it easy and follow all your orders and recover well.

This little art quilt is delicious. A very effective use of chenille too. Congratulations on winning this little treasure! A perfect 'get well soon'!

MB in MI said...

Rest up now--then have fun with those great fabrics!! :-)

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

You were in my prayers all day yesterday, keep on healin'! :)

2ne said...

Love the pictures you got :-)

Deb said...

Glad to hear that everything went well and you're home already! Now, get some rest so you can put the petal to the metal in a few days!

gill said...

Glad to hear you're home! Take care!
I love your daisy fabric - looking forward to see what you do with it!

Denise :) said...

Oh, what a sweet mini! Glad you are home and feeling well (regardless of why, right?!? LOL!!). Hugs!!! :)

Eat, Sleep, Quilt said...

Welcome back home, I'm glad everything went well. What a cute mini, I'm always amazed at how such a no-stress setting can look so pretty. Take care of yourself :o)

Anna said...

glad you are home and back in the blog saddle!

Stitchin' time said...

Lol, don't think that feeling well means you can do anything you like yet! Some R & R is in order first so maybe a bit of magazine research for future projects?? Cute art quilt :).
Cheers,
Robyn

Brenda said...

So glad you are home and doing well. The wall hanging is sweet! What a nice gift.

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