Thursday, 31 December 2009

Apologies from Ironlung

Hello faithful bloggers

This is DD with an apology and happy new year greetings from Sheila.
At this moment in time the aforementioned lady (and I use the term lady
very lightly) is spending a few nights on the NHS ticket. Following her
visit to the doctor the other day she was referred to Burton hospital for
tests. She says not to worry about her folks, she feels okay and the
only thing she is suffering from is boredom and flatulence from the other
guests of the ward she is on (some kind of ward for transient geriatrics!)
Oh and she has been re-christened Sally.

I'll leave it there folks as I am going to visit her again this evening and have
got to figure out a way to smuggle in her cricut machine. I may have to stuff
it up my jumper and pretend I am up the duff!

She sends all her love and I send you all mine for your continued adoration and
support for my dear mum.

Hope you all have a good and prosperous 2010



  1. Sorry you're poorly Shelia, please get well soon. Kind regards, Brenda

  2. OMG please send my very best wishes for a very speedy recovery. Tell her not to touch anything in there! Or she could come out with far more than she went in!
    I think she is overdue a really good rest and hopefully she will get one but in more peaceful surroundings - home - very soon!

    Please get well soon Sheila!

    Keryn x

  3. Thank you so much for posting for Sheila, I have been worried about her. I hope her stay in the hospital makes her REST! Please let her know she is in my thoughts, and that I wish her a very speedy recovery. Good luck smuggling that Cricut in!! LOL
    Hugs and Happy New Year!

  4. Hope you are better soon Sheila we miss you ! When you get home try and slow down a bit ,seems you are always busy,busy,busy !! Best Wishes

  5. Hi Ros, thanks for updating us about Mum.
    I have been thinking about her, give her my love when you next visit. Cricut machine indeed LOL.
    She still has her sense of humour.
    I know you miss her but a well earned rest will do her good.
    A Happy New Year to all of you.
    Love & Hugs to you both

  6. Sheila, so sorry you're not well. Hope everything is OK. Get well soon. Really miss your posts. Thanks to DD for letting us know.
    Karen AUS xx

  7. Sorry to hear you're not well, feel better soon. xxx

  8. Hope you're feeling better soon Sheila xxx Carol

  9. Thinking of you Shelia and wishing you a speedy recovery. I think you will have plenty of of smiles though from your fun sounding daughter. (thanks for letting us know DD).

  10. My thanks for the update too DD. What a way to spend New Year's Eve. Please give your mum my love and very best wishes and give her a big hug from me.

    I can understand how bored she must be. I almost knitted an aran jacket when I was in hospital for a week!

    Lesley Xx

  11. Please give Sheila a big hug from me, DD. Tell her to take it easy and we look forward to seeing her back in action in 2010.

  12. Please pass on my best wishes to your Mum. I hope she's soon back on her feet.

    Get well soon Sheila !
    Sue C

  13. So sorry you are not well Sheila. As a constant reader but a never messanger I can only identify myself as one of the ladies you taught at Marple.
    Rather than get DD to take in large machines and looking in a delicate state use some of your stash to make youreself a quilt whilst you are in there!!.Think of the pleasure you can have replacing it.
    Take care and dont go rushing back to work too soon!

  14. Sorry you are not feeling too hot at the minute Sheila. As a a regular reader but a never messanger I can only identify myself as one of the ladies you saw at Marple. Take care of yourself and make a quilt whist you are on there. It will only take a small amount of your stash and think of the joy of replacing it!!

  15. Sheila, sweetpea - take care of those bits of yours - we need your inspiration around a whole while longer!
    Healthy happy hugs!
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