Friday, March 27, 2009

Wooly Bunny and Update

Here is Mr. (or Mrs.) Bunny waiting for that Spring holiday that he is associated with. This is one of the 6 woolies that I have made depicting either a holiday or season of the year. I really enjoyed making these and they are such a cute addition to a little corner of the foyer. He'll probably stay up until the end of April and then my woolie basket of flowers will take over on May Day, May 1st.

I have an update on my sweet daughter, Laura. She is going home this afternoon from the hospital. After 3 Cat Scans, multiple bloodwork and a procedure in surgery, the urologist has determined that she does NOT have any kidney stones. There is a calcification in her left ureter which made the ureter collapse and cause her all of this pain. He put a stint into the ureter and that will remain there for 3-4 weeks. Hopefully that will take care of the problem, but it might not. In that case she may need surgery. She is not in horrible pain any longer....such a blessing. I want to thank everyone that offered prayers and kind words since I posted last. I sincerely appreciate each and everyone of you!

9 comments:

Tudy said...

Lets hope all goes well from now on for her. You will all stay in my prayers.

Quilting4U said...

Wow! I am glad they put in her in the hospital and did more research, so they found out what she was dealing with! Thank goodness, I hope this takes care of the problem, so glad to hear she is not in as much pain!!!!!

Linda said...

Cute hanger, Sandy, I'm glad to hear that your daughter is feeling better. Linda

Miss 376 said...

Glad she is back home and feeling better. Hope they get a permanent solution

Jennifer said...

At least now you know what was causing the dreadful pain - your poor daughter! Hope she gets over this soon.
Cute bunny hanger! Does this mean the Easter bunny stops over at your house to leave eggs?

Valerie said...

My prayers are with you and your daughter and I want to thank you for going my Moms blog and wishing her well. She is in so much pain. I know she is miserable. Thank you so much. I love your bunny!

StitchinByTheLake said...

Sandy I love your bunnies. I haven't seen that pattern before. I've fallen in love with wools - they are wonderful to work with. And I'm so glad your daughter is better. That's good for a mother's heart. blessings, marlene

Terry said...

Love the bunny Sandy! I need to make me some woolies one of these days. I did buy some wool at Kidron the one day but I can't make myself cut into them! LOL
Glad ot hear your daughter is doing better too! :0)

Sara said...

Love the bunny! My mom has one similiar. Glad to hear your daughter is doing better. That has to be painful!