01 April, 2014

Footy Is Back and OPAM For March!

Yes, it's that time of the year again! 
And Sunday is footy day.

Nelson playing a hard game crashed heads
with one of his team mates and then face planted the ground. He was quite dazed for a while. 
As a precaution an ambulance was called and we headed off to the Austin Hospital. After observing him for a few hours we came home. He didn't get a headache or any signs of concussion, thank goodness.
Icing his nose!
He did have a sore nose where he hit the ground though. It is still a little swollen and a bit bruised but not broken. Luckily the oval was pretty soft.
 A much happier boy now he has something to eat!

Of course, the first question he asked the doctor was 
"Can I play next week?"! 
You can't keep this boy away from his footy.

On a brighter note, I have four finished items
for OPAM this month.
Two fat quarter bags to be added to the present drawer.
 Along with my Christmas Hanging
 and Christmas Table Runner.

Thanks to Peg and Kris for running
One Project A Month
and keeping us inspired!


Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Ohhh your poor boy....good old party pies and sauce works wonders....gorgeous OPAM finishes Christine it has been a great month...

FloS said...

Ahh !! Boys !!!!!
Great finishes this month !

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Vroomans' Quilts said...

I had three heavily into all sorts of sport - and remember those ambulance rides many a time: and yes, there were times with broken bones. Lovely finishes for the month.

KERYN B said...

Good to hear he is okay and yep party pies always make me feel better!

Anonymous said...

Hi Christine I am so glad that Nelson is okay and nothing broken,he is a tuff lad.
Well done on your finishes for the month Christine.xx

Fiona said...

glad Nelson is okay.... and I love your finishes...

Sharon - Lilabelle Lane said...

Boys! Not a good way to start the season. Hopefully he won'tt be needing that ambulance again this season. Hugs

Karen said...

So pleased he is okay. I agree with the ambulance being called. So important to be safe and sure.
There is never a dull moment with a family full of boys!
Lovely finishes, too!

Cheryl said...

Boys will be boys Christine. Lovely finishes Christine. Those fat quarter bags are gorgeous as is your xmas projects

barb's creations said...

Ouch! I hope Nlson's nose is feeling less painful now, I'm sure the maet pies and sauce worked a treat to make him feel better. Love seeing all your opam finishes you have been a busy beaver :) Barb.

Libster said...

ahhh that time of year again! at least sewing is mostly injury free :)