Good Morning everyone! I "think" spring has finally sprung in our neck of the woods. I woke up to this yesterday morning, although it was downright chilly, in the 40's.
We spent Friday night at the lake. Friday was 82F and gorgeous. Saturday was 44F and pouring rain. What a big change overnight. We stayed until about 4:00 p.m. and then decided to come home and get a few things done.
It was a gorgeous day. You can see Larry there in the corner. He got quite sunburned. We kept telling him to move but he didn't think it was that bright out. He's having laproscopic surgery on his knee tomorrow from a fall he took on their last cruise.
And tomorrow I get to have a follow-up ultrasound and mammogram because they found some lumps during my annual check up six months ago. I'm sure it's nothing, but they are painful, because of course, it's on the side with my pacemaker!
It's always something isn't it? But spring is here and I'm really excited about that. I need to find some new projects to work on. Make some mittens, blankets and hats for charity, but I'm kind of in a knitting slump. Choosing projects that are comfortable and portable, like the squares and socks. Do any of you get in a knit/crochet slump where you're just not excited about anything in particular?
The cable guy is supposed to be here in a little while because our internet has been acting up lately. It's always when I'm in a hurry to look something up and then it doesn't work. Isn't that the way it always is? Compared to many, I have no reason to complain and yet I do. My back hurts. The internet doesn't work. It's hot. It's cold. I'm hungry! It's cloudy. It's sunny. Gosh, I'm spoiled aren't I? I think many of us are. We want things when we want them and don't want to be inconvenienced. I'm really trying to be better about not complaining. I give you, my friends, updates once a week on my "stuff" but otherwise try not to say much about it because really, who wants to be around someone who whines all of the time?
I hope you're all enjoying some sunshine and flowers. It seems to have been a long, long winter for most of us. I'll be back soon and I'm trying to keep up with all of your blogs too.
"Come to me, all you who are burdened and I will give you rest." Matthew 11:28
"Your Word is a lamp unto my feet, a light on my path." Psalm 119:105