It took over 24 years for the inevitable to happen - one of the Paulson children has broken a bone. Yesterday morning at homeschool p.e. class Kyle was running backwards in a relay race. He lost his balance and fell using his hands to break his fall. The instructor said she knew immediately by the look on Kyle's face that all was not well. They immediately put ice on his arm and came looking for me in the lounge, where I was resting after my workout. I dropped the other kids off at home, picked up the insurance card, then drove over to Urgent Care. Oh ya, it's a buckle fracture with one other tiny break in another bone. They immobilized his arm and we iced it off and on to reduce the swelling. This morning we went off to the orthapedic clinic where an excellent PA casted his arm. Kyle has taken it all so well, just a lot of questions about what's next - his roundabout way of asking, "Is it going to hurt?"
Yesterday evening I took a break from my cards to work on "Fine Linens". I am enjoying this design so much, especially the color changes I've made. I'm glad so many of you approve! This design is by Liberty Street Designs.
There's not much left to stitch, so I hope to finish this weekend. Think I'll use this same fabric to stitch "Silk Threads".
Tonight is my stamp club meeting, then tomorrow Kirsten has a play date at a friend's house, there should be plenty of time for stitching this weekend!! Hears to a good weekend for us all. :D