I should show you my baby blanket but it isn't too impressive right now. I have been knitting on it pretty much a week, including what felt like 2 weeks at the smart phone store yesterday.
Thank God I had my knitting with me.
The blanket is all leftover sock yarns, very easy, and will be warm and wonderful..just maybe not anytime soon.
I can feel it tugging on my already sensitive right shoulder, so I'm knitting baby booties today.
I really like Melissa, my Physical therapist for my shoulder.
She's preggers with her 3rd child.
If only she can find a way for me to sleep correctly and I"d be out of her hair.
My shoulder is painful in the mornings, and she says there is a nerve trapped in there.
It is not horrid, not anything that deserves your sympathy, just something I have to move on before it....
interferes with knitting.
I live a block from my Public library.
I stopped after PT this morning and found a few baby books
and things I might try today.
I love this bunny rabbit, but I bet I won't knit him.
While at the library I met Sonya. She's doing a public service by informing us about emergency preparedness.
Ready America sells a kit for around 55 dollars she says.
I made a kit a few years ago.
I think the water better get changed..
its been in the jug for several years.
The informative handout says:
1 gallon of water per person per day for 3 days.
and cat water too.
toothpaste, soap, deodorant,
whistle...there's a good one
extra cash in small bills!
extra sets of keys? car and home
waste bags, hadn't thought of that
Of course they left out the obvious:
yarn, needles, light and pattern.
are you prepared?