Damn you, WordPress!

I have much to share.


A skirt.


By close of play today I should have a dress too!

What I don’t have is pictures of two of the finished makes.  And the ones I do have I cannot get up to WordPress for love nor money.

Technology is great when it works.  When it doesn’t it sucks!

Anyway…I’ve got a crazy busy day today not helped by the fact that Miss Button stuffed a teeny tiny pink plastic ball in her ear last night because she didn’t want to go to sleep….

4 hours at our local A&E later, not much sleep for anyone, and today she has to go to Preston to have the darned thing removed. Le Sigh!

I’ll be off radar for a couple of days as this weekend is mega busy with fun stuff, so next week I’ll have lots of lovely things to share with you.

Until then….have a glorious weekend.


Said wee small ball is determined not to come out.  Wee small girl is determined not to sit still to facilitate removal of wee small ball.

We are booked in for 7.30 on Tuesday morning to go in for anaesthetic to remove wee ball from wee girl.

Les plus sighs!

11 Responses to Damn you, WordPress!

  1. Oh dear, oh dear. It’s just one of those days (well, a couple of those days) for you 🙁 Hope all goes well for Button and we’ll see you when you’re good and ready – WordPress permitting!

  2. Jane G says:

    You have to love them,lol. It was the tiny batteries with my nephew. Hope it all goes smoothly today,and you have a lovely weekend

  3. Oh she did what? Wonderful. Blimmin children 🙂 Apparently my mother stuffed a fluffy willow catkin up her nose when she was wee and the damned thing wouldn’t come out as it was against the ‘nap’.

    I hope you have a wonderful weekend after the technological and hospital chaos!

  4. dokucug says:

    Oh my gosh – that is frightening! I hope it all comes out OK!

  5. Melizza says:

    I hope she’s okay and everything comes out okay (literally and figuratively).

    When I was four I distinctly remember shoving a small metal ball up my nose. Why? Who knows. I manages to blow it out after crying a bit. Guess what I did when it came out? Shoved it back up to see if I could blow it out again! Oh kids…

  6. My little darling (now 30, so amazingly they do survive all this growing up stuff) stuffed a bit of sponge up her nose while in the bath. It wasn’t until after several doctor visits for a nasty ‘cold’ which wouldn’t go away (and started to smell nasty!) that one of the group doctors discovered, and removed it.
    Good luck with Button and the ball!

  7. K-Line says:

    Holy moly – that kid is giving you a run for your money! I hope that everything goes well – as I’m sure it will. Keep us posted. No treats for the miss for the next few days 🙂

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