Sunday, March 27, 2011

Thank Goodness it's over!

Well the weekend didn't go how I had planned. Got hit with a kidney stone late Friday night. All I can say is.....OH MY! I finally passed it earlier today. This is the first one that I had ever had and I can say I really don't want anymore of them!!! Luckily I was able to pass it on my own here at home. Now on to the rest of the weekend...of course I didn't get any quilting done. I really didn't do anything but cry and pace the floor. Hunter and Cocoa had a nice day of playing in the yard on Saturday. She is so funny and I love to watch them play together. Oh, Hunter named the other two goats....Sweetie and Fudge! I don't have a clue how he come up with those but he did. These goats in this photo belong to a friend of ours. They have a bunch of them and Hunter loves going down there to play with them. He just climbs over the fence and runs around with them. They love it too!After a busy day of playing with the farm animals, Hunter got some snuggle time with Smokey. Smokey is my baby, he is the sweetest little dog and he follows me everywhere that I go. If I get up to go to the bathroom he goes with me. Since the weather has turned off cold again, I had to put Smokey and Jazz some clothes back on, they freeze, especially Jazz. Richard worked on the house. It killed me that I was not able to go out there and work too, I am really getting anxious to get this stuff done. He got the girls room done and it is now ready for tape, mud and sanding. Their room is the same size as Andrew's, 16x20, it is just a mirrored image of his. Hopefully tomorrow things will be back to normal. I had planned on getting the customer binding finished and delivered to her on Monday but since my problem with the kidney stone I didn't even touch it. I tried but I just could not sit there long enough to get anything done. We will see how it goes tomorrow... Kristie

13 comments:

Lib said...

Glad you we're able to pass the stone! Ive seen Bill (Hubs) in so much pain with them, he had surgery .
Love seeing your pics. and hearing about your Farm.
Have agreat wk.
Blessins',Lib

Amelia said...

Yea...for passing the stone.

jillquilts said...

I'm glad that you were able to pass the stone. Woo hoo for the walls in the girls' room! Just wondering - what are you guys gonna do for the flooring? I can't remember if you had mentioned it.

Love the pics of the animals and Hunter!!

Cindy said...

So glad you are through that!!! It is really a nasty thing. Your goats are so cute :)

Libby said...

Ouch! Hope you are feeling better now! btw your grass sure looks pretty and green this Spring!

Me and My Stitches said...

Glad you are feeling better - you'll have that binding done in no time!

Texan said...

I am glad your better, I have never experience those and hope I never do! OUCH. Hope that is your last one ever to have!

Lady of the Cloth said...

I'm glad THAT is over. I've never had one, but DH has several times. The Dr. said it is all the coke he drinks. I'm happy that you are getting better. The house looks beautiful. Carline

Honey Bear said...

Glad to hear you are feeling better. It did not sound like fun!

vtquilter said...

Ouch! glad you are feeling better. Drink lots of water to help avoid getting that again. My brother gets them every couple of years.
Very cute photo's of Hunter and the animals.

vtquilter said...

Ouch! glad you are feeling better. Drink lots of water to help avoid getting that again. My brother gets them every couple of years.
Very cute photo's of Hunter and the animals.

Floss said...

That sound painful, glad that its done, hopefully this weekend will be better.

Guðrún said...

You must have been tired after this weekend!