We have had an extremely busy time of late, and for the past week-to-ten days I have been extremely tired as a reaction to all this. After some time of not being in the studio, I have had to make time for it because it’s my hubby’s birthday tomorrow and I must make him a card!
Please see my previous post for details of the earlier part of this – this afternoon I have got to finish it. Not much left to do.
I have created three layers of texture using different media – embossed metal, ink-sprayed ribbed velvet, and melted and painted Tyvek, with the addition of glass microbeads which I have coloured with gold alcohol ink, and gold tissue paper.
Health update: I saw my surgeon last week and he is pleased with my progress. He says I have to have another CT scan at the end of the year. My next appointment is with the oncologist at the beginning of June.
We have just had an anxious evening and morning – we lost Phoebe! After the kitties had had their supper, she did not come in with us as usual. We searched the house, and called and called, and went all around the garden, and my hubby looked in the road both front and back, but there was no sign of her. I became increasingly anxious and had a bad night worrying what might have happened to her. Still no sign of her this morning and she didn’t turn up for breakfast. We were particularly concerned because she hadn’t had her epilepsy medication. My hubby had to go out, and he phoned me mid-morning to see if she’d turned up. After my Tesco delivery I sent out in the road again, and called all around. Suddenly I thought I heard her voice… I kept calling, and heard it again but couldn’t identify where it was coming from. Coming back into the house I heard it again – she was in the airing cupboard! This is opposite the back door. When I opened it, out she came – she didn’t seem to have made a mess but some of my carefully ironed laundry had been pulled onto the floor. She was none the worse for wear and I gave her a late breakfast with her medication, and immediately phoned my hubby to tell him all was well.
I looked in the airing cupboard twice last night but didn’t spot her. She must have been hiding right at the back behind a pile of ironing, asleep!
What she put us through, the naughty little baggage. I picked her up and hugged and hugged her!
Happy WOYWW everybody, and have a great week.