Doing Simple Things Well
Rest up, Susan.
Missing you and your talent already - do take care, SusanKathyk
Oh dear Susan, you poor thing. I suffer from golfers elbow too ( didn`t know there was such a thing `til I got it)so can sympathise wholeheartedly. Rest up and enjoy.Lynne xxx
Ah man! Too bad that apparatus didn't come with that model guy so he could do all your typing and stamping! lol! All kidding aside, rest up and get better soon. Hugs, michelle
Be well, Friend. Take care.
It will help I know, I had to wear a similar one for Tennis Elbow (and I don't play tennis!)
Until then...you'll be missed.
Take care! :) Will miss your humor and your super cards!
My goodness, it must be like a gag for you, better get your secretary George in to take dictation.
oh no...I am about to have withdrawal symptons...hope you feel better soon...elbows can be so touchy.
We'll miss you! And we'll look forward to all that creativity that will be stewing in your head while your hands take a rest! Follow doctor's orders, and come back to us well and happy!
Take good care of yourself--that is what is mostimportant! I will miss your lovely cards andcommentary for sure. Hope to see you back soon,pain free.
OMG! How will I ever survive without your daily doses of creativity?? I do not know. But I truly wish you well and the bestest of wishes for a VERY, VERY, VERY speedy recovery.
Oh no, that is the pits! I guess it's time to find a good book so that you can follow doctor's orders and be back to blogging and creating soon!
My friend took a deactivation vacation recently. Hope you can get some time in for yourself. Sending thoughts your way. Lisa
Miss you already .... take advantage of the enforced 'down time' and let nature heal your poorly arm (and the brace the hunky man is wearing!).I'll miss your daily emails but look forward to your speedy return to my inbox :)Take careChris M
I had no idea stamping and blogging were so dangerous... you're the second person I know this week to end up in a brace! You know we'll miss you, but better to mend now than get worse later.
Don't worry about me, I'll wait patiently here - you just take good care of yourself so you can heal. Then, when life returns to "normal" - let it be a new, healthier normal so you don't re-injure yourself! Hugs!
Hi Susan, hope you're getting better. I miss having coffee with you in the morning, but I'm glad you're taking the time off to give your arm a chance to mend. Take as long as you need, and know that we who love you are in the background, praying you get better and looking forward to your return!
Sorry you are having problems. Recover quickly!
Sending you much sympathy - I had this a number of years ago - twas very painful. Fortunately,it does get better. Take care - read a good book, watch a movie, chat to some friends and hide the PC!! Hugs x
Thinking of you and sending good vibes across the seas..
I really am missing you a lot but I want you to get better - hope things are improving for you and you are managing to do without the keyboard still.Take care.
Susan, so sorry for your enforced rest! Hope your elbow is back on its game soon. Hugs and prayers, Casey
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