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Friday, 5 August 2016

A Friday Oldie. . . . . . . . . .


Good morning guys and gals. Hope all is well in your neck of the woods.

I decided to join in with the Oldie for Friday that some of the ladies show, this week as this particular oldie is significant for a couple of reasons. I originally blogged it last November.

When I made it last year, I thought it would make a lovely birthday card for Nesta so I put it away carefully and fished it out for her special day this week.

Also, I had originally made it for a MAWTT challenge I had set called My Favourite Things based on The Sound of Music song...........this was my interpretation of raindrops on roses.

There is a new challenge over at MAWTT and the theme is "Back To School" I should have had a DT card for this challenge but I had asked Wendy if it was ok for time off with all that's been happening this end recently.
Would be great if you could pop over to MAWTT to see what the other girlies have come up with.


I did get out for a while on our anniversary but we decided on a take away rather than going out for a meal. It was more of an energy thing rather than feeling unwell this time.


Nesta has been a busy gal this week so we are hoping to get together for a take away in honour of her birthday, this evening.

Still waiting for my results but have had a couple of better days this week so hopefully things are looking up (as the gynaecologist said to the actress).

Thank you Lydia for giving me some hope that there is light at the end of the tunnel. The stumbling block is having to wait until mid September before I even set eyes on anyone from cardiology, though I intend to try and get it brought forward once I get my results letter. Also, its not just A/Fib with me. Mine is always accompanied with RVR (Rapid Ventricular Rate) which seems to cause most of the problem with the condition as its the dangerous bit that usually ends up putting me in hospital.

The only way is up as Yazz once said (and, I also believe,the gynaecologist to the actress again, lol!!!)

Have a couple of sympathy cards to make, sadly but hope you all have a great Friday and chilled weekend.

TTFN
Ang x



17 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card Ang. Keep well and thanks for the link to MAWTT. xxx

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  2. Just lovely, Ang. Glad you have been feeling a bit better this week.
    Jan
    Northampton

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  3. Lovely card Ang , your roses are just spot on !.
    So pleased you had a better week , just keep resting chuck sending you positive vibes for another good week.
    Take care
    Elaine H X .

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  4. Beautiful card Ang glad your a bit better but keep your chin up it can only get better.

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  5. Morning Ang,
    Glad to hear you are keeping positive and have been a little better.
    Love the card I do remember seeing it first time round.
    Lydia
    X

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  6. Baby steps with your recovery, Ang.
    Lovely card especially the flowers.
    From the tub, in it today to ease the backache.
    Jennie x

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  7. Hi Ang, loving to see your Oldie, and I loved it the first time around and still love it.
    Good to hear that you are a wee bit better, you're always so positive, keep it up girl.
    Pleased you managed to get out for your anniversary for a wee while, and that you had a takeaway, curry perhaps?? We are going for one tomorrow, cheap business lunch. You take care and I will be emailing soon, Kate x

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  8. Hi Ang, love this pretty rose card s I do Mr Ducks card as well.
    Take care Ang.
    LOVE val in Spain xx

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  9. Wonderful oldie. Sorry to hear your heart is still playing silly beggars. At least you will have the results of all the tests in when you finally see the cardiologist. Can't believe you are having to wait so long. I saw mine within 7 weeks of the referral and had had all the tests done before I saw him. Mind you my GP did think that my ECG they did at the surgery showed I'd had a heart attack. I didn't now that until the consultant said well, you haven't had a heart attack as your GP thought! I knew something was wrong though as the nurse insisted on speaking to the GP after she did it before I left the surgery. I really hope they can get you sorted soon, is the ankle getting better at least?!

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  10. What a beautiful card! Love the roses! I hope you feel better soon. Hugs!

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  11. Beautiful card Ang!! Love that floral arrangement and the little dew drops you added are just magical!! Hope you have a great weekend! hugs and good health to you :)

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  12. What a beautiful card, Ang. Take things steady.

    Anne (Northampton)

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  13. Hi Ang, great card, love the roses. Hope you are feeling better.
    Wendyx

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  14. Gorgeous Ang I loved your card to Mr D too I hope you get the long awaited letter this week and things gets acted upon Take care xx

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  15. What wonderful roses these are. Incredibly lifelike. Hope your feeling better soon. Hugs Mrs A.

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  16. Hi Ang, what a gorgeous card, love the roses. Hope you are feeling better and get your appointments sorted soon. Bx

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  17. I am so far behind Ang - your card is so gorgeous - the roses divine. I am sure all is well by now -- at least I hope so!
    Sandy xx

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