Wednesday, 2 January 2013


 Metal ATC's for a swap
W and X postcards for another swap.
I cannot get to my desk as I am re-organising my craft room.
I haven't blogged for awhile as I was supposed to have an operation and it was cancelled. My eldest GD was poorly with tonsillitis and she stayed with me for a week. We made some cards together. 
Youngest GD has chicken pox so I am baby sitting again. Youngest grandson had a bad asthma attack and ended up in A and E.
So I hope this year is better than 2012 and I finally get my operation.
Hopefully I will have my craft space to show next week. So if you have arrived here please go to the lovely Julia's Blog and have a good snoop.


Redanne said...

Goodness Carol, you have had a time of it! Hope you had a happy New Year despite everything and that 2013 is a MUCH better, healthier and happier one for you.... Love your ATCs too. Happy WOYWW, Anne x #7

Julia Dunnit said...

Oh Carol, you are a constant for your family...looking after them when they need help. Hope the operation comes around very soon, I'm in no doubt that good comes to good, so 2013 will be a improvement for you!

Erika said...

Oh Carol it doesn't sound as if you've been having much fun. Here's to a better 2013, hugs Erika.

Ann B said...

Gosh Carol, not having a good start to the year, hope it gets better from now on.
Love the ATCs. See you Saturday.
Ann B

Lindsay Weirich said...

chicken px?!? oh no! i had it as a kid, I did not think kids still got it as they are required to get vaccinated now (in the US anyway) put socks on her hands so she does not scratch! Asthma is scary too, so glad you are there to take care of them:) Happy WOYWW & New Year! Lindasy #104

pearshapedcrafting said...

Oh! the joys of being a grandmother!! Hope all goes well for you in the New Year, Chris@70

KatzElbows said...

The metal ATCs are amazing, as are your postcards. It seems to be the season for tidying and sorting, although I'm still not finished!

Happy belated WOYWW,
Rachel #6

April said...

I hope everyone is better soon and you're able to have your surgery and move past it. :-)
April #133