to a trip to my LYS, Yarn Mart, coming home with this
lovely Mini Mochi 80% merino and 20% nylon, color 113 and this
Manos del Uruguay, 60% baby alpaca and 40% pima cotton, color 2318, four skeins. I’ve got big plans for the Manos, a shop sample was a Rav pattern, I think called Drop Stitch Shawl #2.
I’ve had a unspeakably huge challenge with importing the last few pictures. I have to go through some Windows Viewer that I’ve never had to deal with before. I’m sure someone even a tiny bit more computer savvy would have figured it out in the first few minutes 0f trying, but I’m not that person. I am looking on the bright side though, it shouldn’t take more more than four hours next time, instead of today’s six. One thing I am going to do, as soon as I get this posted, I’m downloading these pics into Flickr. That I can do, I think.
On the dad front, I just got my fourth call in 24 hours from the nursing home, he keeps trying to get out of his bed and ends up falling. No injuries yet other than scrapes and and bruises, but his skin is so fragile now that it doesn’t take anything to tear it and since he’s on a bloodthinner, he bleeds and bleeds and bleeds.
I must go console myself with soft yarn and pointy sticks. Tomorrow will be better, I promise.
Never think that you’re not good enough yourself. A man should never think that. People will take you very much at your own reckoning. Anthony Trollope, English novelist (1815-1882)