Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Home Again

Well I made it back from the parent's house following a wedding, a long drive back to Indiana and a fun filled day of helping BabyBrother pack and move his stuff while he suffered from a 104 degree fever. I love BabyBrother very much, but so help me if I ever have to clean up his stuff again. He's a 20 year old boy, living with other 20 year old boys so I'm not sure what I was expecting. But, mission accomplished, everyone made it home safely, and BabyBrother has been put on antibiotics. I'm very thankful that the N-boy was well enough to come and help us. We couldn't have done it without him.

Saturday I'm going to a knitting retreat with a knitting group I'm part of here. It's the nicest group of women, and I wish I could meet with them every week. Unfortunately twice a month their meeting time directly conflicts with the NAMI Familiy Support group that I attend. It's super important to me that I go to that group, so I can only attend knitting the other two weeks.

One of my friends and coworkers and I went out to get supplies for the retreat tonight. Michael's was also having their "Stock Up Sale" so I got a whole bunch of Sugar and Cream yarn for the dishcloths that I love to make. I hope everyone is looking forward to getting these for Christmas because I'm on a roll!! Here's my fun pile of dishcloth yarn, the colors are much better in person.

It's a busy week here but hopefully I'll get some other crafting and sewing done sometime!

1 comment:

  1. I love to make dish clothes. And yes, everyone has at least one from me.... They really are great to put under heavy mixing bowls in the cupboard. Why? I can slid the bowls off the shelves much easier then dragging them. Another thing I use them for is to put between our cast iron pans when I stack them inside each other.

    Just stopped by to say HI and saw your photo of the cotton yarn.

    Cheerio

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