Good morning. There isn’t much to report at the moment. Mr Guylty is still in hospital, hoping to get out today or tomorrow.
But we kind of say that every day when we talk with each other. He had a gastroscopy on Monday which thankfully came back without any issues. He’s waiting for a CAT scan today. The good news is, that he has received an appointment for his vaccination. It’s on Friday and facilitated in a vaccination centre, so we are hoping that he’ll be out of hospital by then. We just need a lot of stamina to get through it all.
Speaking of stamina…
and in order to segue to the theme of this blog, Mr Armitage. I recently came across a quote website that pairs quotes with pretty pictures.
The site is called QuoteFancy, and there are plenty more quotes there. Warning! Of course our beautiful theatre boy’s quotes are apparently getting mixed up with the quotes by the American politician of the same name. I just find it unlikely that Richard said “I think most conflicts do end with negotiated settlements; some don’t, but most do.” 😁 By the way, I don’t really think Richard needs much stamina as such – he’s got plenty of talent. 😉
Just finishing up to say a big thank you again for all the good wishes received from you. I have also very much appreciated that many of you have kept me busy by ordering from my Etsy. I had restocked the hand-sanitiser dangles made with my RA fabric. (There are still a couple of them available, in case anyone is interested.) The orders are all on their way to you. – Watching telly in the evening without Mr Guylty by my side is really strange. And so I have set myself up with a crafting project while I am watching TV. With a tray on my lap and lots of Mod Podge by my side, I am using up off-cuts of my vintage papers and creating background collages.
It’s a fun and easy project that doesn’t require much thinking or design skills. I think I have created about 20 so far… I see lots of junk journals in my future. And my fingers are itching to do some NS or UV themed journals again. Maybe this evening, after the physio appointment and my daily walk.
Take care, guys, and thank you again! ❤️