Thursday, 7 February 2013

One Handed Typing...

sucks! :( I broke my wrist yesterday, falling on the ice outside. Thankfully, it was my right wrist and I'm left-handed, but it still means no quilting. I'm really hoping that it will heal quickly and I'll be back quilting and blogging soon. :)


I was midway through this too...


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51 comments:

  1. Ouch! I hope it heals quickly and well.

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  2. ouch! wishes for a speedy recovery.

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  3. your windows look beautiful tho...

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  4. Sorry for you pain. Falling isn't fun.

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  5. Ohhhhhhhhh...so sorry M-R. not fun to be laid up for a bit. your cathedral window is lovely.

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  6. Oh no! Good thing it was the right! How long until you get your hand back?

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  7. Oh, so sorry to hear this! That's awful! : (

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  8. Ouch...I did that about a year ago. Quilting is bad, but doing your hair is a nightmare!

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  9. Oh no! When I first glanced at the photo, for some reason I thought you had sewn through your finger or something. hehe I guess that wouldn't require such a wrapping, would it? Hope you feel better very very soon. You cathedral windows are looking lovely.

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  10. Oh no! I wish you a speedy recovery. Doodling could be an option to keep you busy!

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  11. Oh no, hope in gets better soon. In the meantine, you should definitely use this as an excuse to avoid all housework for a few months :)

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  12. Oh no... get some lavender essential oil to sniff to stay calm and then put it on the area after you get the cast off. It helps the healing. Get better soon...

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  13. Oh dear - that is bad news! Poor you!

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  14. Oh my, that more than sucks! My mom broke her wrist a few years back and she said the worse part is trying to tie your bra! Hope you feel better soon so you can get back to those gorgeous cathedral windows.

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  15. oh no! here's to a speedy recovery!

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  16. ohhhhh...so sorry to hear about your wrist. I hate ice!! (if you need a good physio..give me a call LOL)
    Love your Cathedral windows...this is on my someday to-do list!

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  17. Oh, no! So sorry to hear that, M-R. Hope you're quick to mend. Now I'm going to be extra careful to watch for icy patches when I'm out and about. Yikes.

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  18. Drat! Is it a green stick fracture! ;^)

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  19. Oh no! Wishing you speedy and easy healing!

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  20. Ah, so that's why you're so awesome, you're left handed!! I'm a righty and I've always been in awe of you lefties!

    I can't believe you broke your wrist, ouch! Big hugs, I wish I could help!

    xoxo ~ Tabatha ~

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  21. I'm sorry. I'm sending healing thoughts.

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  22. WOW...what a bummer!!! Hope it heals at super speed...cause you need to do more quilting and blogging. We'll miss your updates! On the plus side...no shovelling snow for you ;-)

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  23. oh, geez, that's terrible. i hope you're back quilting soon soon soon!

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  24. I'm so sorry to hear this. I hope you will be better soon.

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  25. Oh no, that's horrible. I hope you heal fast.

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  26. So sorry to hear! We'll miss you but hopefully once the pain subsides you'll figure out something quilty to do.

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  27. Oh, no!! You poor thing! Try to use it as an excuse to eat more cheese and ice cream - you need the calcium to heal. Sure, you could get it from broccoli, but what's the fun in that? :-)

    Sending healing thoughts!

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  28. Oh!!! That's such a BUMMER. I'm so sorry about your wrist. Sure hope it heals quickly and without problems.

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  29. I'm glad it wasn't your dominant hand and I'm sending you many speedy healing vibes. :)

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  30. Oh no! That's such a shame! I hope you feel better soon and you can get back to stitching as soon as possible.

    beaniekins84(at)gmail(dot)com

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  31. Oh, that's horrible. Wishes for a speedy recovery. You cathedral windows are fabulous!

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  32. M-R,,,this is getting old,,,hurting yourself the same way I did! First the end of the finger,,just get that healed up & back to normal,,and then break your wrist? You can stop anytime! I feel for you,,but you'll find yourself sneaking over to your sewing machine (far too) soon,,trust me. Been there, done that. Heal quickly, and stay in the house till they get this snowfall cleared (if it ever stops!)

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  33. Here's to a speedy recovery !! hope you can use the "off-time" for planing some future projects ;-))

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  34. I hope it heals very quickly!!

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  35. Oh you poor thing. Hope it heals well and you get spoilt in the meantime.

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  36. I thought for sure when I started reading your post, ringette would be the culprit! Take care, M-R!

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  37. Oh, I'm so sorry to hear...:-(
    Hope it will heal fast.
    Regards from Ingrid

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  38. You poor thing; I hope it's not too much trouble. I promise though - you'll find ways to quilt...

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  39. Oh no. Get well soon! Your window block looks great already.

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  40. Wishing you a speedy recovery. Have all you boys signed it yet? Or are plaster casts the thing of the past?

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  41. ohhh get well soon, hope its not too tough on you

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  42. :( oh no... I hope you feel better soon.
    Carol

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  43. Ouch! I hope it heals quickly and well - no fun :(

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  44. so wonderful to see your beautiful work over on Quilt Inspirations - they showed some of my favourites. Take care!

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  45. Congrats on being featured on Quilt Inspiration!!! With my wishes for speedy healing.

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  46. Hi MR.... yikes.. that sucks. Heal fast.

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