Wednesday, January 26, 2011

It's a Soiree

I had a bad tummy attack early this morning and still not feeling well so working from home today. I really think it's my gallbladder but when I had a scan done they didn't find anything.  I think I need to go back and get it checked out again.  The pain was so terrible I swear I almost passed out!!

 It's lunch time and although I don't have much of an appetite who am I not to take a lunch break! So, look at what Pink Paislee and the House of 3 are coming out with! OMG, to die! Their lines along with my friend Margie Romney-Aslett's new lines found on her blog www.margieromney-aslett.typepad.com  are going to keep me busy creating!!

Just click on the post title to go see the entire reveal!

7 comments:

LollyChops said...

You should totally get that checked Nancy!.. I had mine out last year... feel better sweet friend.

CINNIBONBON said...

Get better soon!!!

I bet you are warmer and toastier than I am-- down there in Texas!!! ohhhh I wish, I was south--the cold weather is bad on my bones.

Oh seriously-- that is some yummy goodness. The colors....what fun products.

Suz said...

Hope you are feeling better.

both the lines from Pink Paislee/HO3 were seriously swoon worthy love them! There are lots of great products coming out & can't wait to get my hands on some to create with.

Thanks so much for your encouraging words left on my blog.

Take care

Amy said...

Hope your tummy is feeling better soon!!

Vanessa, Florida, USA said...

Oh no, I'm sorry you're not feeling well!! I had my gall bladder tremoved in 2009 due to gall stones!! Go get that checked out my friend!! LOVE the new Pink Paisless release :)

Anne Gaal said...

Hi, Nancy! Sorry you're not feeling well. Hope you feel better soon!

By the way, although most everyone in my family ends up with stones and has their gall bladders out, I know someone who has a different flavor. His is called biliary dyskinesia which basically means his gall bladder doesn't function well - but he has no stones. He had a Hida scan to diagnose it. According to the medical literature, the best treatment for it is actually acupuncture. 6 treatments about a week apart will fix him up for 6 months to 2 years...

Pain in that area could also be from other things, like an ulcer, so be sure to get your doctor involved and find the right diagnosis for you!

Good luck finding your answer!

scrappfever said...

I love their new lines!! Not a surprise!