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Finally!!!! I have battled with this flu virus and so far I have won the war.  When you suffer from COPD (chronic obtrusive pulmonary disorder) fighting the flu is a daily and aggressive fight. For two weeks I couldn't get out of my bed.  The first week was hell since I live alone and at times I thought it was over.  The second week one of my crafting buddies and a close friend decided to take care of me.  Unfortunately, my crafting buddy is a nurse so she took charge of my life and got me out of the bed and sitting for periods of time.  All she kept telling me was she could not allow my flu to turn into pneumonia and I agreed with her. My bedroom looked and smelled like a hospital room, all that was missing was the blood being drawn and shots being administered.  Around the third week I was mobile again but ordered to stay indoors and to avoid other people, which I obeyed to the letter and it worked.  I was able to craft a bit and surf the internet and even chat with folks on Facebook.  And now approximately one month later I am back to normal and happy to be in my craft room again.  My battle began on December 28th and ended a couple of days ago.  I am blessed!

I noticed that eight followers have left me, and that's okay. Sometimes we follow not for inspiration but for the free goodies and when there are no more goodies then off we go. For those of you that continued to hang out I have a little giveaway but before I share the giveaway I would like to share a couple of cards with you.


This card was made using Heartfelt Creations designer paper and a sheet of cardstock. The focal point was a topper I cut from one sheet of the paper pack and the rest was easy to assemble.

I completed the inside using the same designer pack and I just love how it turned out.

I would like to enter the following challenges:

Crafting With Friends - Anything Goes
Colour Crazy - Wk#4 Anything Goes
Crafters Castle - #1 Anything Goes


 I created this card using some Graphic 45 paper that I had in my stash.  Yep on a mission to use what I have.

Below is the inside which is plain but coordinates with the front of the card.
I would like to enter the following challenges:

Polkadoodle - Week #4 Anything Goes
Creative Fingers - #142 Anything Goes
Brown Sugar - #274 Birthday

Now moving on to my giveaway.  I have 3 Spellbinders dies that I can share with someone since it appears I have two of them (that's what happens when you purge). Just add your name to Mr. Linky below and cross your fingers.  The photo only shows two dies but I am actually giving away three.

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14 comments:

Craftyhugs said...

Hi lesia. Sorry to hear you've not been well, copd is no joke and your friend was right to look after you. My grandad suffered from it. Glad you're feeling bit better. I did leave blog land for a few years but been back for 2 weeks now, I did miss it. I love your cards, they are gorgeous but my favourite is the first one with the distressed look. I'm waiting on my papers from heartfelt , looking forward to receiving them. Just thought you should know mr linky is nowhere to be seen, maybe hiding lol. Take care honey

Love Sharon x

Maxine D said...

Oh Lesia, so glad you were cared for - my late DH had COPD plus other conditions, and pneumonia was always a risk. Some winters we hardly went out... so glad you are mended and enjoying life again.
Your cards are beautiful - I love how you use your papers so effectively.
Blessings
Maxine

Lois Wyche said...

I'm glad you're on the mend. Your cards are always beautifully made and these are the same. tfs.

Margaret said...

So sorry to hear that you have been ill but very glad you were looked after. Do hope it wasn't the very nasty Australian flu that was in our part of the world earlier. Hope it is not too cold where you live with spring just around the corner. Keep well.
Love both of your gorgeous cards.
Hugs
Margaret M

Beebeebabs said...

Beautiful work as always - glad to hear your feeling better!!!

ellyscard creatief said...

Beautiful card. Thanks for the chance to win a lovely dieset.

Marjeta said...

Sorry to hear that you were so ill. Hope you feeling good now. Your cards are awesome. If you live me your address I would be very happy to send you one of
my cards to wish you get well.


Hugs, Marjeta


My e mail: marjeta.gomboc@gmail.com

Dr Sonia S V said...

Lesia sorry to hear you have been unwell.December and January and usually peak times of respiratory infections! About the follower count decreasing...I think rather than actually people leaving it may be google- blogger doing a bit of cleaning up...my follower count has decreased and increased erratically over the past few weeks.
Love the scroll design of your card. I have several Heartfelt creations stamps and dies but never bought any of their papers. Your cards are inspiring.
So generous of you to have a giveaway!
Do count me in for the giveaway if it is not too much trouble to post overseas[ I am in India]
Cheers
Dr Sonia

The Craft Princess said...

Wow honey you were definitely fighting a battle and thank God you got through it!!! I'm so happy to hear you are doing better. I really love BOTH of your cards and you could enter BOTH in Crafter's Castle challenge if you want. I love the warmth of the first card and I love anything Paris themed so that second card got my attention too. Thank you so much for entering our challenge at Crafter's Castle this month....good luck :)
Hugs... Janie
DT
Crafter's Castle
crafterscastle.blogspot.com

Patty Sue 2 said...

I too have had this nasty flu bug for over a month now. I feel nothing but empathy for anyone who has to go through this! Glad you are back crafting!

Valerija said...

Sorry to hear you've been so ill! I'm so happy to hear you are doing better now.
Love both of your wonderful cards.
Thanks for the chance to win some amazing dies.
Take care.
Hugs, Valerija xx

Priya Satish said...

Good to hear that you are back to normal. Exactly 3 years back i was admitted in hospital for 4 days for a very bad case of pnemonia. Now ok. Art is the best therapy. Keep doing what you like and enjoy whatever you are doing.

Priya Satish

Jeanie Ellis said...

I'm so glad you're doing better! And it's great having a friend to help you who's a nurse! (I have a sister who's a retired nurse. :)

You do beautiful work!! Thanks for the opportunity to win! xxx

Anonymous said...

Just want to say I love how you finished the inside of the cards. I love the papers you used. Thank you for sharing your creativity & I'm so glad you're feeling better

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