Sunday, March 6, 2022

Stitching Stuff: Week 10 of 2022

I had so hoped that March was going to be smooth sailing. That's not been the case so far.  Work hasn't been fun, which led to one late night at work this week.  Then yesterday one of those darn squirrels made life even less fun.  Unfortunately, I'm talking about the real life squirrel that decided he had to cross the biking path at the same time My Guy was riding through.  I spent most of yesterday in the Emergency room.  They didn't like the scans of his neck and face, so they transferred him to Tulsa.  Thankfully the neck injury didn't involve the spinal column, but he did have surgery to repair the bones in his face.  I'm hoping he gets to come home today.  Even so I suspect that a significant portion of today will be spent at the hospital.    

Needless to say my stitching metrics took a bit of a hit this week. 

  • 15 minute days/week = 5/7 days
  • 15 minute days/February = 28/28 days
  • 15 minute days/March = 3/5 days
  • 15 minute days/2022 = 60/64 days
  • Success rate = 93.75%

I'm still managing to stitch over 90% of the time, so I'm not doing too badly on getting myself to the sewing room on a consistent basis. 

I sincerely hope your week was better than mine. Please link up below and share how well your efforts at finding time to stitch went.  

1. Frederique
2. karen
3. Julie in GA
4. Gretchen
5. Ivani
6. maggie f
7. Melissa G
8. DonnaleeQ
9. Melisa - Pinker n Punkin Quilting
10. Colletta's Kitchen Sink
11. Quilting Gail
12. Karen
13. Melissa G - trying again!
14. Amanda
15. terlicoton
16. DawnyK
17. Shasta @ High Road

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Frédérique - Quilting Patchwork Appliqué said...

Oh, I hope it's going to be a happy end very quickly, with bruises and few stitches, not more. Good luck, and take care of you two. Hand sewing is a great activity while waiting. Hugs.

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

Wow that sounds like a horrible bike accident and I am wondering how he even managed to get home - I hope he was wearing a helmet and surgery for facial bone injuries - the poor guy must be a mess.

Julie in GA said...

Quilting squirrels may be fun, but the real kind can be trouble. They love to get into our attic. So sorry to hear about your guy's injuries, and I hope he has a speedy recovery.

Ivani said...

I am sorry hearing about the bike accident. Hope your husband gets to come home soon and has a fast recovery.

Pack Rat With a Plan said...

Oh no. Hoping he is up and about very soon. Potions looks great. It definitely looks like a shelf.

LIttle Penguin Quilts said...

Oh no, Kate! I'm so sorry to hear about your guy's accident, and hope the recuperation is not too hard for him. We'll all be thinking about you today!

Julierose said...

So sorry to hear about your DH's mishap;000
Hope he comes home soon and heals quickly. Hugs Julierose

Melisa- pinkernpunkinquilting said...

Oh my, What a terrible accident. I wish your hubby a very speedy recovery. Have a blessed day and thank you for hosting the link party. Happy quilting.

Karen Marlene Fulbright said...

Wow... so sorry to hear about that accident. Stepping outside the box (hope there are no evil squirrels!!!) for the 'link up' Not very tech savvy! Loving all quilty activity.

Eli said...

O M Goodness! Prayers your way for healing and good outcomes!

seabreezequilts said...

Oh no, hope he is on the mend soon. Take care.

Nancy @ Grace and Peace Quilting said...

Yes, I, too, hope all is well again soon.

DawnyK said...

Oh my goodness. So sorry that the pesky creature created such a terrible situation. I have had to back off my sewing as I was putting too much pressure on myself with many other high priorities going on. Gave myself a migraine and had to take a day off from everything. Wishing guy a speedy recovery and you some peace. EHUGS!!!

Shelina (formerly known as Shasta) said...

Oh wow! Real squirrels can be quite dangerous. I hope Your Guy recovers quickly, painlessly and keeps all his handsome features.

Jennifer said...

Oh my gosh Kate, so scary to hear about your husband’s biking accident and surgery - hope he is healing now.