Wednesday, 7 December 2016

WIPW - Trinity Green on Hold

Hi! My name is Florence Queenie Nightingale-Patch. It is influenza season in Tokyo and I have been working double shifts caring for family members and tending to their needs.

Work on the Trinity Green quilt has been put on hold. Hopefully I will have some Work In Progress Wednesday report in a week's time.

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  1. Take care and look after yourself, thinking of you. xx

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    1. Thank you. I will take care, but the risk is always there.

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  2. wishing everyone a speedy rcovery and fingers crossed you do not get the flu too

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    1. I just hope the super OAP doesn't catch anything that will develop into pneumonia.

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  3. Hope everyone improves and that you don't catch it. Here it is so hot and humid we are melting.

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    1. I don't particularly like the cold, but I do prefer it to your heat and humidity. I will do my best to care for the others while staying safe myself.

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  4. Take care of yourself so you don't end up sick too! I'll look forward to seeing next week's progress.

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    1. Thank you. YOU too, must take good care of yourself. Use your 'aircon' and rest a lot.

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  5. Take care, I hope you don't catch it!

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    1. Thank you. So far I am OK, but tired and begin to feel as blurred as the photo of the green fabric!

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  6. Wishing a speedy recovery for the people you are caring for. do take care of yourself too.

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    1. Thank you. One family member is on the mend, so the workload has lessened a bit.

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  7. I agree take care of yourself. The flu and colds do get around this time of year. I just got over a nasty bug here.
    Soon you'll have more time!

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    1. I hope so, too. Actually I HAVE been able to do a bit of hand work while sitting at bedsides. With a bit of luck I can show some Stitch School homework tomorrow.

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    1. Your kind wishes have already been partially granted! One family member is much better and I don't need to work THAT hard.

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  9. I hope you remain healthy and not contact the 'flu yourself while in the Florence Nightingale mode.
    All the best for a quick family recovery too.
    Take good care of Yourself.

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    1. Thank you for your concern. I have a bit less nursing to do today as one member is up and about. I will try to rest more in between duties, and treat myself to some hand embroidery.

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  10. Well done "Florence"!

    Fingers crossed that you do not catch it!

    I had the flu jab this year, for the first time, a few weeks ago, but I've been in contact with someone who had a terrible cough and cold .... now I have a sore throat and sniffles, and am trying to fight the germ off!

    Take care!

    Hugs, Barbara xx

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    1. I am trying to stay safe, but am at the risk zone. It is so easy to catch someone else's cold or flu.

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