Good morning everyone. Hope this finds all well with you and yours.
Thank you again for your visits and comments and also for the cards, presents and beautiful flowers I have received. You are a special bunch of kind hearted folk.
I have had one set of biopsy results through so far. There is kidney damage but the consultant thinks that there is nothing urgent to try and tackle as yet, which is good but they still can't find the cause of the issue so are unable to treat it. It's likely that there will be no treatment so we'll just have to hope that the decline will be a slow one.
There are further tests being done and I have to have a nuclear medicine scan which will give them a more precise picture of how both kidneys are functioning rather than relying on a calculation from blood tests which can be 5% out either way.
Still worried but not much I can do so if I had a pecker, I would try and keep it up.
Now today's card is one I made for Mr D to send to his bosses from us both, probably a year ago as a thank you for the emergency time off he had to have whenever I ended up hospital.
Cream and powder blue card
CE Tartan Trellis embossing folder (embossed and debossed used on the different layers)
Lindsey Mason (for Personal Impressions) sentiment stamp
Teeny blue pearlage
I thought that simple, but hopefully classy, was the way to go.
As I am on enforced "take it easy" time, I have been organising my photos on the laptop and there are quite a few cards that I haven't blogged as yet so, as I can't lift my Grand Calibur at the moment, it's just as well.
Still bruised and getting the odd twinge but can't wait until Friday when I can drive again. My friend Davey has just returned from a break in Madrid (I think he had cold casternets for a few days) so hopefully meeting him with Nesta in the week.
I am shocked to hear that my lovely Mr B May actually be a cunningly disguised drone fashioned and deployed by WART.
I have supplied all sorts of birdie treats for his delectation over the years so it's very concerning to think he may be an imposter........mind you, I suspect that Mrs B may be even more concerned.
At least being stuck at home, I can keep an eye on things!
No action on the neighbour front from Flash but a house whose back garden backs onto the bottom of our road had its lightweight metal shed lifted in the winds and hanging over their wall.......that's what has passed for entertainment in these parts this past week.
I shall now wish you all a happy Sunday and happy week ahead.