Well, actually, I'm a 10.6 :) At least my hemoglobin level is. Although the iron infusions are time consuming and not real fun, they do work. I'm not up to a "normal" level yet but I'm sure hoping at the end of treatment (3x's a week for 7 weeks) I will be. Even though I'm not at high levels yet, I can tell a difference and I'm feeling more like myself and that's a great thing. I've been getting a lot more done and I've actually felt like sewing some and that does so much for my attitude and my mood. I started working on a project "for me". It's going to be a king size bed quilt. The blocks finish out at 19" each so I need 25 of them. I've set a goal for one a day which means I'll have the blocks done by about April 17. I'm calling it "Hangin' with Denyse" (It's mostly Denyse Schmidt fabrics). I'm pretty sure that I'll send it out for quilting because it's SO big and I've not quilted one that big on my own and I really want this one to be "special". Special means it'll go to Angela who is quite possibly the most talented longarm quilter I've ever met (or seen their work for that matter).
I love the Flea Market Fancy prints (both old and new) and I mixed in a couple of her collections that she's done for Joanns because they just seemed to fit and I needed more variety than I could get with just my Flea Market collection. So far, so good. Here's to feeling good, sewing more and just generally getting back in the swing of a busy life. It's so nice to not be tired all the time. Let's talk again soon. I miss coming here more often and meeting up with you. Take care.