The good thing about being mainly bed-bound for 4 days is how much knitting and reading one can get done. Nothing complex -- just garter stitch and cozy mysteries (3 of 'em, including two new-to-me Canadian authors -- one with the nom de plume
of C.C. Benison
, and one under her own name -- Elizabeth J. Duncan
, both of which I enjoyed very much) -- but I'm more than a foot ahead on the Dr. Who Scarf. In fact, according to the scarf-o-matic monitor, I'm here:
I've also finished the last red-work block for the Centennial Quilt, and assembly should begin before much longer.
However, my brain continues to tire easily, so this post is short and sweet -- just enough to let you know I'm still alive and will add photos from the Lacombe Art Show later this week. G'night all...
I'm so glad to hear from you. I've been thinking about you and wondering how you are feeling. You have accomplished alot while housebound. Hope you continue to mend and gain all your strength back quickly.
I am glad to hear too, Margaret. Can't wait to see when that scarf is 100%!
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