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Blogmas Day 4-6


Days 4, 5 and 6

It’s been somewhat hectic and stressful these past few days….

Nothing new!

I’ve been focused on cleaning the house and wanted to get most of it done by Monday because I wasn’t sure how I would be after my appointment at the Breast Center yesterday.

You see I had my annual mammogram a couple weeks ago and they found an area of calcification in one breast. So I had an appointment for further screenings to see if was something or not. The last thing you want to hear is that it could be cancer.

 It was 2 years ago this month that I was in the middle of chemo treatments. 

Well I didn’t quite hear that but was told I needed to have a biopsy to determine whether or not it is cancer this time.

So needless to say I haven’t been thinking much of what to write about until today. Figure I would just be honest with myself and you. 

Now I have to wait until next week to get an answer. 

But it will not stop me like it did last time. I was so fearful and frozen I was unable to function properly. It was like being in a fog all the time. 

I refuse to go there again, I have plans for Christmas and a life to live. 

I continued opening my advents, doing so makes me happy to have something to open each day. 

So here are the past 3 days 

This what Scabiosa looks like, never have grown these myself 

I’m loving all the gifts. 

Amy has been sharing seeds from her beautiful garden and I plan on planting them this next year.  

I did finish another hat 

And I forgot to share the pattern name. It is a paid for pattern. 

Called the Savante Beanie 

Yarn is bulky Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick

And they are quick and easy. 

I found the pattern on Raverly, if you don’t go on raverly I'm not sure where to get it.

I have also been spending a little time on a project I started back years ago.

A Snowman wallhanging  

Going to be so cute when I finish 

That’s about all for now. 

I plan on finishing another hat tomorrow and maybe take a trip to Tulsa to a garden center to look for some Christmas plants and decor.

I’ll take pictures to show you what I find. 


  1. Hope everything turns out alright for you;)) (sending a prayer)
    Love that little snowman--so cute...hugs, Julierose

  2. Fingers crossed that everything is well and you can enjoy your holiday fully.


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