More Black Belt Stitching Wizard Stuff

Wednesday, March 22, 2006


Well, yesterday was HELL! I had a headache most of the day at work, in the afternoon my leg started to hurt. By the time I got to Christin's after work my legs hurt, like the bones hurt. The best way to describe it is "growing pains". I just couldn't get comfortable! So I put my feet up on the couch, elevated them a little. I closed my eyes for a second... just a second. The next thing I knew it was 30 minutes later! I didn't nap, I didn't doze, I didn't sleep, I literally passed out! I was groggy for the rest of the evening, but like good little lemmings we went to guild. About half way through the meeting, I started to get a migraine. When I finally got home I laid there on the couch kinda numb and watched the Amazing Race, in a lot of pain. I even had to sleep in the guest bed it was so bad!

This morning... poof... gone! I was expecting to have to call in sick this morning it was THAT bad last night.

Okay onto the more fun, and less depressing stuff!

Q : Have you ever participated in a needlework mystery (i.e., a design that you started before knowing how it will look in the end and by which you receive parts of the design via the internet, magazines, or leaflets at spaced intervals)? If so, why did you decide to do the mystery? What appealed to you about it? Did you enjoy it? If you have not done a mystery, would you ever do one?

A : Yes I've done one large mystery, one medium and about 3-5 small ones. I have enjoyed the ones I've done. For a very long time I stayed away from mysteries, very leery of them. But over time I was impressed with the ones being put out by Chatelaine. Then she put out one with stunning fall colours, Mystery 6. I couldn't help myself, the colours were too drool-able! So I gave in! I find it has to be a desirable theme and colours that I think are just drop dead gorgeous!


Von said...

Wow, Dani! What an unusual headache. I'm so glad it disappeared during the night!

Katie said...

Glad to hear your feeling better, those 'phantom flus' are something else!

Dawn said...

I'm glad you are feeling better. :)

Sylvie said...

Glad to hear you are feeling better!

~Harsha~ said...

glad you're back to your usual self :)