Saturday, October 30, 2010

What a difference a week makes!

Well everyone it has been an interesting week. I have been having a lot of problems with my legs. I went to see my specialist in Toronto and he has started me on new medication. It is one that you have to start off slow and build up over the weeks. Hopefully I will be able to tolerate it.

I also had to go for an ultrasound and yes is the answer I have gall stones and lots of them. Great, I have a feeling what my doctor is going to say. I saw him at the coffee shop today, no I did not discuss it with him. Instead we talked about his trip, he has just returned from Africa. Must be nice.

Tomorrow is the day my youngest daughter Rachel and I have decided to make cabbage rolls. We make tons of them and we freeze them. They are so wonderful to just take out in the winter time for a quick dinner.
My dear hubby has bought all the ingredients now all that is left is to put them all together and then    we get to smell them cook all afternoon.

I stitched for a while tonight, I think that will be it until Monday. Sunday is a friends birthday, we are having a surprise brunch for him and then DH and I have to get ready for Halloween, the grandchildren will be arriving and it will get a little crazy for a while.

Take care everyone, have a great Halloween!

~Happiest when stitching~

5 comments:

Kathy said...

Sorry to hear about the gall stones. Been there, done that. Hopefully you won't need the surgery too soon. But if you do the laser surgery they do today isn't that bad.

Have a great Halloween.

Lynn said...

Been there, done that with the stones. The procedure is much easier now than when I had it years ago. Hope things go well for you.
Mmmmm..... cabbage rolls! I can smell them already.

jayne@~an eye for threads~ said...

oh no not the stones... Gee, can they fix that without alterations? Oh well, at least you know a few good stitches.Spooky huh? and Frightful too. no silly that's just coz it's Devils night...

Tammy said...

mmmmm cabbage rolls I coming to visit...well I would if I wasn't sick that is lol

Elsie said...

I had my stones out twenty one years ago - I had the big cut but the procedure is a lot easier now that they do it with laser. Cabbage Rolls - nice to have been handy for a quick meal - I made mine last week; should be set for the winter at least.