Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Heather has been in an accident...

To friends of Heather aka True Stitches:

Heather was involved in a cycling accient last Wednesday. Luckily she was wearing her helmet and this took the brunt of the damage, however Heather has a damaged C1 and compressed T5-7 vertabrae. She faces a lenghty hospital stay depending on her recovery time.

She is in 6 North at the Royal Columbian Hospital in New Westminster, BC under her married name "Gregson".

I can give your more details via my email rocker1@telus.net

Thanks

Ian

8 comments:

  1. Please give her my deepest wishes of getting better, I'm sending good thoughts of quick recovery and comfort over to you both!

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  2. Please give Heather my love and let her know she's in my prayers and good thoughts.
    Can I send a card to her at the hospital? Is there a postal code or something I need on the address? (I'm in the United States and am not terribly familiar with Canadian mail.)
    Heather doesn't really know me, I'm just a reader of her blog. My name is Anne.

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  3. Oh...I just recently discovered Heather's blog...as a fellow cyclist/crafter/gardener I feel a kinship...warmest thoughts for a speedy recovery to Heather.

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  4. My thoughts are with you, hoping for a speedy recovery.

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  5. Oh - how horrid! I just found True Stiches (thanks to Art for Housewives), and I very much enjoy Heather's posts. Please wish Heather a speedy recovery from someone who would have lurked for quite a while before she got the nerve to comment.

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  6. Oh no! I hope she gets better as soon as possible. My thoughts are with you . . .

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  7. Oh, I'm sorry for Heather. Please tranfer to her my get-well-soon wishes.
    She does not know me. I drop into her blog once in a while for her craft. Being a cyclist myself I didn't know she is one.
    :-Tally-:

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  8. I have only just discovered Heather's enlightening and thought-provoking musings on the aesthetics of handmade, and am really shocked to find that she's had this accident. My thoughts are with her, and I do hope she recovers quickly. I am Francine from Aix en Provence

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