Yay, I'm home! For a couple of days, anyway. I thought you might like to see a picture of where my mum spends her mornings....
The bed from the gurney goes right inside.
That is a hyperbaric chamber, the same thing they use when divers get the bends. They are mainly used in wound care nowadays. They're awesome for healing - especially for diabetics. Mum's divemaster, Archie, is a wonderful guy. He and my aunt set up this entire department at the hospital. Mum is in good hands! You should see her, she looks so good, her skin is all pink - she has an oxygen glow. Unfortunately, she also has a lot of pressure in her ears and is almost deaf at the moment - she gets tubes in her ears this week. Lots of fun talking to her right now....she keeps telling me not to yell at her, but it's the only way she hears me!
While she's diving, I'm busy working on my little quilt.
I'm outline quilting, and having a blast - it's such mindless stitching. And after 5 months of care-giving, I don't have much mind left. I need something easy, lol.
Have you been to Jenny's lately? She has a great new tutorial, and some gorgeous new Christmas designs....go see!