Sunday, January 31, 2010

Stash Report, Jan 31

This has been a really hard week.  I'm running on a HUGE sleep deficit and I haven't been feeling well.  I have some type of autoimmune disease (that they haven't been able to diagnose) that attacks my joints and muscles, so I've been in a lot of pain and I have lots of stiffness and fatigue.

When you have 11 does (adult goats) to milk and 24 baby goats to feed three times a day, you don't have time for pain and stiffness and fatigue...OR, you use all the energy you have to do chores and there's nothing left over, evidence by the fact that my hubby and kids are feeling neglected, my house is a mess, and I haven't been doing any sewing.  WAAAAAA  (Enough of the pity party, Tamera!)

They're FINALLY finishing our basement, so I'm SO happy about that.

I didn't get much sewing fact very little, and I did get some fabric in the mail, but can you believe that I haven't even OPENED it????

I'll put it on next week's report.

For now, I'm just going to say that my numbers stayed the same.  I've had 22.96 yards in year to date.

Make sure you check out Judy's blog to see what everyone else is up to.


katie z said...

I hope they can diagnose something for you soon... I think it's worse when they can't tell you what's wrong.

Open your fabric and share pictures PLEASE!

Quiltsmiles said...

Sorry to hear of your pain and discomfort. Take your time, it's no race, just life so enjoy it while you can and do your best for the moments. Jane

Infinity Quilter said...

I hope you feel better soon. My brother raises goats and just bought 20 kids. It's definitely time-consuming bottle feeding them. Hang in there.

Barb in Mi said...

Sending get well wishes from Michigan. Hopefully they figure out what's going on and can treat it correctly. Nevertheless looking at your life, you got quite a tall order - and you're still one of the first to post your stash report. So give yourself some credit, too!

Pat said...

hope they figure out what is wrong so you can start feeling better soon! taking care of animals is a tall order.

open your fabric and enjoy it :)

Penny said...

Open that fabric and fondle it. That always helps me feel better. Seriously I hope you can find some relief. Pain can be so wearing. Quilt when you can but don't push yourself. Take care of you first. Hugs.

Lori in South Dakota said...

I have something like that--fibromyalgia. Pray you don't have it. Hopefully just overwork from all you've been doing.

Tamera said...

Thanks everyone for all the well wishing! It's so wonderful to feel sympathy from like-minded ladies!


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