Monday, 28 May 2012

Final (chance for a) Challenge

I ♥ my hands - Jimjams
Yesterday at the Counterfeit Kit Challenge Blog they announced the final challenge for the month of May - a good 'un - and today the Master Forgers show theirs starting here.  Unfortunately I haven't had time to join as I'm having surgery today and have been busy getting my house straighter than normal!  As it involves my write arm I'm not sure how much blogging or commenting I can do for a few days and have scheduled some posts in advance.  Hopefully Blogger will play nice.

It's also the last few days to take part in my {Inter-}National Scrapbooking Day challenge to be in with a chance of winning a small prize.

13 comments:

Sian said...

I hope it all goes well for you and that your recovery is swift. All the very best!

Helen said...

Hope that all's well and that you aren't too sore xx

Lisa said...

Wishing you all the best and hope you are back to normal and feeling better soon. Take care.

S said...

Saying a little prayer right now that the surgery goes well, and you are back crafting soon. Take good care!

JulieJ said...

Hope the surgery goes well. I had an op on my right wrist a couple years ago (just before LYLYP actually) and I quickly learnt to use my mouse left handed. Handwritten journal had to take a back seat for a while though.

Carol Anne said...

Wishing you a quick and easy recovery. I really enjoy reading your blog, and look forward to your return.

Alison said...

Hope it all goes well Jemma,and that you have a speedy recovery!
Alison xx

Dawn said...

Hope your op went well and your not in too much pain! Thinking of you!

K said...

Hope all goes well hun xx

Sandie said...

Hope your surgery goes well and that you make a fast recovery.

Missus Wookie said...

Swift healing and skilful surgeons wished for you!

Hope it goes well and don't over do, ensure everyone else helps out.

Melissa said...

I'm just catching up on some blog reading - I hope the surgery went well & you are recovery quickly!!

Clair said...

Hello lovely lady! Your e-mail went astray - so please accept my apologies for not popping over a little sooner. I'm woefully behind with everything.

Hope you're recovering well form your surgery. Much love xxx