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Saturday, 13 June 2015

Simply Less is More # 228

Hello There !
Well after missing a week and then being late with last weeks challenge I thought I`d get my skates on and get in early with my entry for the Simply Less is More Challenge.

It`s one layer week with the theme of;
                                                             HOME
It doesn`t have to be a house/home although it can be. It could be what home means to you.

Well I can`t imagine a home without my dogs, although a few less doghairs would be nice, and dogs sometimes need a home of their own too,

I found this fabby digistamp by Wendy Massey on Handmade Harbour.
I printed a sentiment along with the image and simply coloured it in with Promarkers, job done!

Ruby is back in LGI again. After having her strong chemo last week she struggled to get over the after effects, more so than usual. On wednesday she had a slight temperature and was advised to take her to our local hospital just for a check up.
She has had quite a nasty cough for a few weeks now and every time she has treatment the doctors panic and order scans or x rays but nothing shows up. Anyway after yet another x ray and numerous tests it showed that there was the beginnings of an infection somewhere and Ruby was put on a course of anti biotics.
I went to see her on thursday and she was very chatty and busy making `Speckled frogs` with the play worker and we were making plans, hoping she would be home today. Yesterday ( friday) morning further tests showed that Ruby`s oxygen levels were low and also her platelettes so she was transferred to Leeds.
More tests followed and late last night the results showed that Ruby now has Pneumonia.
It is in the early stages and the anti biotics she was prescribed in Hull are the right ones for this infection so they will already be working. Ruby herself is fine. Still very chatty and she`s eating well which is a bonus. She is on oxygen to boost her levels but it isn`t bothering her at all so all in all things are looking positive.
I just can`t help wondering what else this disease is going to chuck at her, poor kid has really been through the mill this time.

Just as an afterthought, although I make alot of CaS cards, I am leaning a bit more towards layers again. I posted a card yesterday that I made for my sister in law and tomorrow I have a project that I`m really proud of. Pop in and check it out, let me know what you think.

Thanks for popping in...Lynne xxx

9 comments:

  1. This is lovely Lynne xx jan

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  2. What a cute home card. Have a nice weekend, Ankie

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  3. Such a cute, crisp and clean card. Perfect for our challenge. Sending love to Ruby.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More

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  4. Oh, gosh, poor Ruby, glad she is fine in herself.
    Beautiful card and a house isn't a home without dog(s) - and dog hair!
    Thank you very much for joining us.
    Anne
    Less is More

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  5. Bless Ruby, what a little fighter she is Lynne, all good wishes for a speedy end to this latest episode!
    Your card is fabulous...superb colouring and cute as cute!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  6. Poor Ruby nothing seems to run smoothly for her does it. Sending big hugs and lots of good wishes.
    Your card is brilliant and I love that it features a cute little dog in its kennel.
    Great take and stunning.
    Thanks so much for sharing and taking part.
    Sarah xx
    Less is More

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  7. Great CAS card and love the cute image we are in the throes of dog and cat hairs as they are moulting !!!sending best wishes to Ruby
    Carol x

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  8. oh my this is the cutest!! Love that puppy peaking out of the dog house!

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