Friday, March 23, 2012

Spring on Schedule in Ohio?

It has been such a long time since I have blogged.  A lot has happened since my last post, including an overnighter in the hospital for what I thought could be cardiac problems.  Women's symptoms are so different that I decided I needed ER and they decided I needed to stay 24 hours with lots of blood work, EKG's and a lovely stress test. I passed all.  Thank goodness.
Just before that, granddaughter, Mia and I made pillowcases for our guild who was collecting for Chelsea Cares at our local Children's Hospital and also for soldiers deployed overseas.  We had fun.




Then next was our guild meeting to reveal our round robins that had been going around since last year at this time.  Pictures to come soon of that.  But what the real talk around here is, is the weather.  We have had very mild temps lately and the last week in the 80's.  Let me just say that set records!  It is really Spring around here.  We have things blooming that usually don't bloom  until April or even sometimes May!  I even had to go digging for the capris and short sleeve tops....that was a hoot!  Here are some of the gorgeous colors in our yard.







8 comments:

Miss 376 said...

Hope you are fully better now, maybe another sewing session with the grandaughter is just what you need

stitcheranon said...

Glad it was nothing serious. Love the flowers, and your grand daughter looks like she is doing so well. Perhaps she could give me lessons on the sewing machine!

Stephanie said...

Glad all is well. Better to be safe than sorry. Can you believe this weather??? Love the peek a boo through the sewing machine.

Tudy said...

So glad your granddaughter is learning to sew. Your flowers are beautiful too.

Jennifer said...

You did the right thing in going to the ER - can't be too careful, and women's symptoms aren't always textbook. Beautiful spring pics, I love the yellow flower - what's it called? Mia looks as though she is having a great time!

Terry said...

It's just amazing to see everything blooming already this spring! I'm really enjoying it! :0)

PunkiePie (Jen) said...

Hope you are feeling better, Sandy. We were having the same weather. Today? Back to cold and a hard freeze is coming tonight. All those poor flowers that bloomed too early are doomed!

Melinda Cornish said...

Oh the flowers are wonderful.They really havent happened too much yet here....I so miss sewing with my grand daughter...She is about the same age as yours and loves to sew.