Sunday was quite a long day. Shane holds a church service at a local RV park at 8:30 on a Sunday morning. We go straight from there to our Sunday School and morning worship. We also go back in the evening. By the time we got home last night, we were both too tired to pop! I am not sure he can hold on to this Sunday schedule as he is still recovering from chemotherapy. I took care of the lizard by myself yesterday and got a couple pics for you to see. One with him on top of his cage. The other, when I am finally finished cleaning his cage and feeding him...he loves for me to pet him, he was trying to get me to stay for a while longer by holding my hand...such a sweet iguana! He even posed for the camera!
I am sad for Shane as we believe he broke yet another vertebrae. He has pretty bad pain in his neck, it hurts to move left, right, and down. He has an appointment with the specialist on Wednesday. He is pretty disappointed because it is the third one that we can't pinpoint a trauma that would fracture. The doctor says osteoporosis and put him on medication and vitamin D, so at least we are moving in the right direction. He had bone density scans, x-rays, and an MRI for the first two. I know more x-rays and other tests will be in order, I will keep you posted.
I did get an hour or so in the afternoon to work on my teddy bear. I got all the bits and bobs done, but didn't get it put together, I plan to do that today. I can't wait to see how all my design changes affected the final look of this one. I will post a pic either later today or in the morning of the put together product. I still need to finish the tutu for Sallimae (Thanks to Sara for naming her!) and get that on her. She is so adorable. Little Mack (short for Mackenzie, our first granddaughter) is good with just her neck attire. Thanks for all your suggestions and comments along the way.
I will be working on the wedding ring quilt as well. I have a personal goal with that one and I WILL meet my goal! Watch this space!
I hope your day is fantastic and you have a bit of time to do something you love. Thanks for stopping by, I appreciate you.