Well my cousin is doing great, considering that her arm was almost totally ripped off. After 15 hours of surgery, the Doctors think they might've managed to save it. That's if everything heals enough for her to use it before the muscle goes to waste. Lisa will still need many months in hospital, along with a few cosmetic surgeries to patch up her neck and face. But she's alive! And not many people can say they've been bitten by a Great White Shark!!!Thankyou to everyone for their prayers and good thoughts and well wishes. If you can think of her every now and then and sent a little prayer skyward, it will be much appreciated as she's still got a long haul in front of her.
In other news, our cat K.C had to go to the vets. He was bleeding from somewhere behind and wouldn't let us near him. So we caught him and rushed him up to see our vet, David. We left the poor cat there and after a relaxant type drug, David was able to have a look and discovered a puncture wound in between his anus and (empty) ball sack. The skin was peeling away from the area as well as fur but there was nothing to do except top up K.C with several antibiotics and keep an eye on it.
Several days later and the wound had opened right up and was getting bigger. So back we went and David said surgery was the only way to fix it. Poor cat. He got a teeth scraping and an all-over (minus little booties, the tail and face) close shave as well as having the wound stitched up. K.C's all good now, except for the look of pure malice he gives whenever you laugh at the way he looks. I promise a photo as soon as the rain goes!! The stitches are due out on the 28th.
As for crafting, I've got heaps of ideas and have had no time to do anything!! I've almost finished another kitty embroidery (number 11) but that's about it. I promise a picture of that too!
I have been doing a lot of work in the garden, however, with my collection of succulents. Here's my beautiful new Orbea Dummeri in bloom for the first time!!So tell me what have you been up to lately?!?!