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Hi Everybunny,

Just a quick update for my lack of being here, participating in Ravelry, and sending out destashed packages right away this week. My MIL was admitted Monday into the hospital, and emergency surgery was scheduled for Tuesday morning. While in the recovery room, her body decided to stop breathing and shut down. It seemed she had a stroke – she gave the surgical team coronaries!! She was in the Surgical ICU until Thursday, where she moved to the Step-down ICU side. Last night, we brought her back home to her place.

Obviously I had to ignore a few things – such as work and Ravelry. My husband’s family really needed me. If I was not carrying the destashed yarn with me or had it within easy reach, it will go out today or tomorrow. Sorry about all that waiting! I am popping in a little treat with each package.

Bunny hugs,

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  1. Sorry to hear of your MIL’s illness and wish for a speedy recovery. You have had one tough year and I hope things calm down for you all.

  2. I am so sorry about your MIL, and I hope she will have a very speedy recovery. Take good care of yourself, and your family is indeed very lucky to have you!

  3. Sorry to hear about your MIL. Hope her recovery goes smoothly without anymore complications. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

  4. I’m sorry to hear that MIL is having issues. I hope all goes well and there are no set backs. I know what it’s like to have someone you love ill and how scary/frustrating it is because there’s really nothing you can do. Good thoughts and blessings to you and yours.

  5. Oh no! I’m so sorry to hear about your MIL – I hope she had a speedy and uncomplicated recovery. All my best to you and your husband and his family.

  6. So sorry to hear this, hope she’ll be better soon.

    Prayers for her and your family from this side of the world.

    God bless!

  7. I know this is late, i have been out, but my thoughts are still with ya. goodness… girl good luck. Family emergencies will always be more important than yarn. good luck

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