Cortizone Shots Do Not Tickle.
I started knitting a pretty scarf for Dave's great aunt Mildred. She was kind enough to send The Boy a couple of small gifts. I enjoy her company when she comes to CT to visit. She always sends cards or photos of her home, along with a note of stories from her ranch or words of encouragement. I had no idea what someone in Missouri would need in the way of knitted items, so I'm making a very open-lace scarf.
I'm also spinning, setting aside just 10 minutes each afternoon to do it. I don't get a whole lot done during that time, but I think it helps to quiet the chatter in my head.
I'm ready to be finished with the pink. Just sayin'.
And tomorrow is a big, big day. We are finally signing papers to put the house on the market. Wish us luck.
(Know anyone who wants to buy a really cute 3 bedroom, one bath ranch?)