Good morning everybody! I hope and pray you are well. I am going to tell you first off before I forget again. I have been experiencing less pain for about 3 weeks now friends! I thank all of my special praying friends. YOU have made a difference for me. I am so thankful to God for less pain. I may as well mention also, that the pain specialist denied me! I was actually speechless when the young woman told me this on the phone. He is in the top 1% of successful pain specialists in the U.S. He reviewed my long history. Basically, I have tried all there is to try at this time. He feels there is nothing new he could offer me. Brian and I have been praying over this. It was very depressing and a BIG let down. With time, I have come to accept this. Things develop and change in medicine. In years to come there may be something new for me. I would love to be rid of pain forever of course. For now I have prayer and prescriptions. God will help me. He always has.
So........ We went to the Milwaukee Art Museum yesterday. First Thursday of the month is free day. Gotta love free!
The Milwaukee Art Museum opens Rembrandt, Van Dyck, Gainsborough: The
Treasures of Kenwood House, London, an exhibition of forty-eight
masterpieces on tour from the Iveagh Bequest collection. Most of the
paintings have never traveled to the States before, and many of them
have rarely been seen outside London’s Kenwood House. The exhibition is
organized by the American Federation of Arts and English Heritage.
It was wonderful. Brian and I enjoyed it very much.
The sweet ornament for the new mom is done and will be delivered along with an adorable outfit from Shirlee, on Monday.♥
I spent last night pulling supplies for 3 tiny gifts I am creating. I do believe I have just the right colors pulled together now. =) Since there will be no pictures of those for a while, I thought I would show you a hint of another project I will be making up.
Hello new friends!!
That's it for today. I hope you have some great creativity time today friends. Have a super day!♥
Stitching and praying,