Talk of the Town #100

Perhaps you’ve noticed I’ve been a bit quiet the last few days.  To make a long story short, my daughter came in to wake me up Wednesday morning, and my words weren’t making any sense.  Then I tried to get up and walk, and started tripping, and that’s when we realized something was wrong.  So my son and daughter took me to the emergency room and admitted me.  After a brain scan and MRI, they realized I’d had a stroke that affected my right hand, right foot, and speech.  Because of the holiday, I didn’t get any treatment for several days.  I’ll be starting outpatient therapy tomorrow.
Please bear with me while my son helps me write this and future posts till I’ve improved.  I won’t be posting my normal amount till I’m better.  I would appreciate any posts that you’d care to share on social media, as my income will go down without new content.
But enough about me – It’s time to get on to the party!
Welcome back to Talk of the Town!
Talk of the Town link party
First, let’s take a look at what you may have missed from your party hosts!

Woodworker Christmas – Hazel & Gold Designs

Decadent Chocolate Fudge – Pink Fortitude 

How to Make Rustic Star Ornaments  – The Boondocks Blog

Bottle Brush Trees & Vintage Jars – Adirondack Girl At Heart

Easy Apple Spice Layer Cake – Blu Ridge Vintage

Now, it’s your turn!

PLEASE NOTE – There are now *2* separate link ups; the first is for DIY/Vintage/Repurposed links and the second for recipes.  Thank you!

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  1. Ohhhh….I’m so sorry to hear!!! I hope and pray you’ll recover quickly. Thank God your children were home to help you.

  2. Wow. That’s so scary. I hope you get some answers and are able to recover quickly. 🙏

  3. Angie,

    I can only imagine what must be going through your mind. Try to take one day at a time. I’m here if you need anything.
    Take care of yourself!

  4. Love spending Tuesdays with your party. Thank you! Hope you’re feeling better soon!

  5. I will be keeping you in my prayers, Angie and hoping for a speedy and full recovery. For an active maker and doer like yourself, I know it must be so hard not to have full function and to be exercising your creativity. Please let me know if I can be of help on the blogging end of things–would you like a guest post? I could write one on how I used one of your stencils–just let me know.

  6. I had a stroke in February. It affected my right side also. You can recover. Work hard at therapy and do your excercises at home. You will get through this. If you need someone to talk to I am here for you.

  7. Praying for you Angie! May God bless you with patience and peace and you work through your therapy.

  8. Sending prayers & lots of positive thoughts your way for a speedy recovery Angie!!

  9. Praying for you Angie. Hugs too.

  10. Angie I hope you feel better soon!

  11. Hi Angie, I shared your link party on Twitter and G+ for you. Thank you to your son for helping you host… I can’t believe you are even worrying about blogging right now, though. Please just concentrate on you and getting better. Glad services will begin for you right away with speech and physical therapy. <3 Praying for your full and speedy recovery! Philippians 4:13. <3

  12. Angie, I am so sorry to hear this. My heart goes out to you. You will be in my thoughts and prayers. I hope you find answers soon. I am glad your loved ones are surrounding you with the care you need.
    Love you, my friend.

  13. I’m so sorry you’re not feeling well Angie, glad you have family to help. Praying you feel much better very soon!

    xo, Tanya

  14. Gosh that sounds very scary and serious. I hope the therapy goes well and you make a good recovery.. Take care!

  15. Angie – Prayers for your health and please be sure to take care of yourself! Thank you for the wonderful features and blessings to you this holiday season. Hugs, Holly

  16. Stephanie Mudd Carrico says

    Prayers for a full and speedy recovery. Had noticed you were MIA, just assumed you were busy with daughters new house etc. So lucky your kids got you quickly to hospital, that’s a big step in your recovery.

  17. Wishing you a speedy recovery Angie!

  18. I will be praying for your speedy recover Angie. I hope all goes well and you are back with us soon.

  19. Praying for your speedy and complete recovery! Please take care of yourself! Hugs!

  20. I saw your situation mentioned on Facebook by Gail (My Repurposed Life) and had to come over to let you know you are in my prayers. You’ve always been so kind and generous with the blogging community I know we will all do our best to help out. I’ll start sharing content today:) Stay strong and know that we are with you! xo Kathleen|Our Hopeful Home

  21. I’m so sorry to hear you’ve been ill, Angie! I’d be happy to help however I can, as well! I hope you are doing much better SOON! Love to you, sweet friend!

  22. You are in my prayers!! Please take care of yourself and get better soon. I am very glad that your son and daughter realized that you needed to get medical help quickly. Praise the Lord that they were there for you! I know that you will trust in God to see you through. SO many of us enjoy your blog, and are thankful to you for all the wonderful projects and ideas that you post on here! I hope you or your family will keep us updated once in awhile. Sending hugs, prayers, and well wishes your way! God Bless You, Tina

  23. I am so sorry to hear that you’ve suffered a stroke. Thank goodness you got treatment when you did. I hope the therapy will help you feel better very soon.

  24. Hi Angie, thank you for hosting. I hope you get better soon!

  25. oh! angie. i’m so saddened to hear you news. i’m praying for you. i love your blog and i’m always inspired by your creativity. i’m not very savvy at this whole blog thing but i’m happy to help you any way i can. sending blessings your way. xo- maryjo

  26. Hi Angie, I just read your email. I am sorry to hear about your stroke but am glad you childrean were with you to help you out. I am praying for a full recovery for you. Just take it one day at a time & try not to get discouraged.

  27. I’m so very sorry to hear that, Angie. This must be very frustrating and scary and my heart goes out to you. It will probably take time and a lot of patience but I hope you will fully recover. You’ll be in my thoughts.

  28. So sorry Angie. I hope you are on the mend. Sending healing prayers and pins your way!

  29. Hi, Angie. I’ve been so busy lately and hadn’t been paying attention to my emails. I finally started going through them and realized yours weren’t there so I started searching on pinterest. I found you and am so sorry to hear of your condition. From getting to know you through your blogs I’m pretty sure you won’t take this laying down. my thoughts and prayers are with you, take care

  30. Hi Angie, I have been missing your posts, and came to your website where I found out about what happened. I am so sorry you are having to go through this! I will keep you in my prayers. And don’t worry — God’s got this (and you)! 🙂

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