Monday, January 24, 2011

Template 18

Well, I had another seizure, which scared my husband so much that he couldn't sleep for days. Now finally last night he could finally sleep! (The seizures occurred just as I drifted off to sleep.) My doctor has diagnosed me with Epilepsy. I've been experiencing dizziness with the anticonvulsant  medication I'm on, but surprisingly, I have more energy than usual. Go figure! I've been spending a lot of time at home, since I'm banned from driving. Hopefully that will change once I've seen the neurologist. But the up-side for this: I have more time to scrapbook! Yay!

I actually copied a sketch from a gorgeous layout I saw in Stampin' Up's Sale-a-bration catalogue for this template. 
Enjoy the template!
 If you have any design requests for templates, I'd love to hear from you! Soon I'll work on some 8.5x11 templates. Or should I do them landscape? I also want to start on some double-page spreads.  Double-page spreads are what I do the most of in my personal scrapbooking.
Good day!


  1. Hey! You changed things around here! Looking nice! Please get better sis. Love you.

  2. Hi Anna. My brother had epsilepsy, also. As long as he took his medication faithfully and did not get overtired, he was absolutely fine. I wish the same for you.

    I LOVE your site and all your work. You are truly gifted and, I must say, very generous. Get well.
    Barb Hines

  3. Thanks for the layout Anna.
    I hope you get to feeling better soon. I can only imagine how scary that was for your husband.

  4. Anna,
    Thanks for the layout. I'm sorry about your illness. Please take good care of yourself and get better.

  5. Anna,

    Thank you again for your beautiful layouts!!! You are a very talented lady. Thank you for your generosity in sharing your talents!

    I am so sorry to hear about your health issues! How scary!!! It is better to know to be able to take care of it. Good luck finding the right medications to keep it in check. Please take care of yourself.

    Best wishes and many thanks!


  6. Take care, Anna! I'm glad that you have some answers; knowing what's wrong so that you can get your seizures under control is the most important thing. :)