This is the last big project for the year. Old carpet finally GONE, and new vinyl flooring installed. This is the family room.
The is a small pass-thru area usually piled with "stuff". I need to find 2 strong men to slide the heavy cabinets 16 inches the other way, but I'm close to the end of this project. The plan is to add 1 area rug here, bright and graphic, to give the room color.
Here is the larger part of family room, needing a 2nd area rug.
A quilt photo ... this one is probably my favorite of many.
Yes, this is my arm, totally black and blue after procedures following a catheter and stent, after the ER said was a heart attack. I think the right name is a PCI. I was whisked from the local ER to the Air Link Helicopter in the middle of the night, too dark to see a view, to a Cardiac Hospital 3 hours (by car) east of my home. Local hospitals can only do so much. We (me and crew) arrived in 55 minutes, squeezed into that amazing little beast. Frankly, I was so interested in the flight, I had no fears about the reason. By mid-morning Tuesday, I was in surgery, all of 45 minutes, and awake, and back home Thursday, thanks to a dear friend who came all that way and then drove me home, weak, but alive and feeling tolerable. The catheter and stent into my heart to clear out blocked artery kinda messed up my sewing arm for a while, but I AM RECOVERING! Drop me a line if you have other questions. You might remember an earlier visit to ER said Anxiety, but they did recognize immediacy the second visit. I am blessed to have had the foresight to get to ER in time.