A Stamper’s Nightmare

Hello stampin’ friends!  I’ve received several emails wondering if everything is ok so I thought an explanation was in order as to why I haven’t been blogging.

Unfortunately, I fell last week and injured my elbow. I have missed stamping this past week especially seeing I have boxes of new product waiting to be used. I begin physical therapy next week and am hoping for a speedy recovery so I can get back to my stamping therapy.

Have a wonderful day!

Jeanie

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32 thoughts on “A Stamper’s Nightmare

  1. So sorry about your fall. Hoping for a quick recovery. On a positive note, I got my sample package from you yesterday. I love how quickly you get the packages out, how well you package them, and the little treat you include. Thank you.

  2. Hope you make a speedy recovery. Must be very painful Jeanie. Best wishes

    Betty Kingston from Down Under.

    On Fri, Jan 19, 2018 at 10:29 PM, Just Stampin’ wrote:

    > Jeanie Stark posted: “Hello stampin’ friends! I’ve received several > emails wondering if everything is ok so I thought an explanation was in > order as to why I haven’t been blogging. Unfortunately, I fell last week > and injured my elbow. I have missed stamping this past week es” >

  3. Yikes! So sorry to hear you are hurting. I was hoping you were going to say you were on an island in warm weather stamping away and having cocktails on the sand. You are in my prayers for a safe, speedy recovery. Jeanie. ⛑

  4. Jeanie, sending you my best wishes for a relatively pain-free and speedy recovery. You know you and your inspirational projects will be missed! Keep us updated on your recovery.

  5. Oh No! Jeanie, so sorry to hear of your injury…Get Well soon! I did miss your posts…I even mentioned it to my husband AND a friend…knew something was up…you love sharing, too much to leave us! Good thing about PT it will help a lot! Blessings and prayers for a speedy recovery!

    1. THANKS CHERYL! YOU ARE RIGHT…I MISS CREATING AND THE INTERACTION ON THE BLOG! I GUESS I NEED TO BE MORE CAREFUL WHAT I ASK FOR…I WANTED MORE TIME. NOW I HAVE LOTS OF TIME BUT CANT STAMP. NEED TO ASK FOR PAIN FREE, NO BROKEN BONES, TIME. LOL

  6. Jeanie – so sorry to hear about your elbow. Try to bear through the PT!!

    I had been saving your fold instructions A-Z. Then my computer went down and I lost everything. They were in my email area in a folder. When I open it it says nothing has arrived!!!!! The nerve!

    Is there any way I can get them again? Any suggestion? I did go into your archive, but it has them running continuously and I have Q-W.

    Sue

    Sent from Mail for Windows 10

  7. WOW! Dislocated & fractured!! You’ve covered all the bases.
    I’m sure in a lot of pain. I’m so sorry!
    Get well soon!!

  8. So sorry to hear about your accident! Will be praying for a quick recovery! Thanks for getting out the paper shares for the Occasion Catalog. Mine arrived this week! I miss seeing your daily posts! Take care!

  9. I sure hope you are feeling better soon.
    Don’t over due when you are able to use elbow
    Quick recovery
    Veronica

    Sent from my iPhone

  10. I’ve been missing you and haven’t gotten an email about posts lately so came to see what’s happened! I’m so sorry to hear about your accident! Sounds horrible! I cannot imagine you having to slow down! Are you able to work? Your kiddos would miss you too! Sending hugs and prayers and hope your recovery is speedier than you imagine!

  11. Hi Jeanie,
    So sorry to hear about your elbow…. Prayers for a speedy recovery… strange how we can go through our whole childhood and have never been in a cast and when you are an adult have a freak accident and you end up in a cast. I was in my forties when I broke my ankle and the dr and nurses could not believe that I had never broken anything when I was a kid… I did have surgery followed by PT… and you are smart to follow exactly what they say to do in PT… it really helped me get the motion back into my ankle… Feel better soon!

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