The visit to the eye doctor went well. He found two more tiny pieces of original suture that were working their way up and out of the cornea and removed them. That probably will save me at least one emergency trip to his office. The last of the sutures from the 1998 cornea transplant came out last summer..hurray!! But..one lost its knot in the process(that gave me the eye infection this past January) and two others were "embedded" in the cornea. With the sutures out, you'd think you are home free. No quite. Because of the nature of the disease, and the muliple surgeries, I will be seeing an optholmolgist for the rest of my life. But vision is important, so I don't mind that much.
Yesterday's appt. and the one tomorrow involve the ungoing lower back pain. About time I addressed that one..and I am.
The quilt above is a queen size lovers knot(Quilt In A Day booklet) that I made for the daughter on the left. I made 5 of these that year(1998) and while 4 were tied for customers, this one was machine quilted for her. Needless to say, I won't mind if I never see another Lover's Knot. She loved the quilt, chose the fabrics and uses it still today...quess that's not all bad.
Checking In For National Quilting Day!
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