And here are all three. I just realized I knit them in red, green and white. Christmas colors! That was purely accidental.
I have to admit, I am enjoying these blocks. I started Dennis’s Christmas sweater and I am not enjoying that knit one little bit. I don’t know if it’s the yarn, which is 100% wool, or the pattern. But I happily put it down yesterday to make the new block. I don’t want to pick it up today but I will. Here is the sweater as it is now.
Many of you said that you hoped that Chloe was doing well after her blood work. The vet won’t call until at least tomorrow with the results but I’m guessing all is well.
I just got home from Inland Imaging where they did an x-ray of my abdomen. I have had pain on my lower right side ever since my colonoscopy last week but I haven’t said anything on here. It always seems to be something doesn’t it? The doctors medical asst. told me yesterday that he wants to repeat the colonoscopy in three months. I don’t think so. I haven’t even healed from this one. My last colonoscopy 10 years ago was a piece of cake. This one has been a nightmare from the prep until now. So, I have had good news with the mammogram and ultrasound on Tuesday and now this. What is it with me? I must admit to getting very discouraged right now.
Many of you encouraged me to try overwintering my geraniums, so I took your advice this morning and brought them into the garage. Yesterdays frost pretty much wiped them out and I hope it wasn’t too late to bring them in. We’ll see how they look in the spring. Thanks for all of the advice.
My thoughts and prayers are with all of the people in the town of Paradise, California who lost everything yesterday in the wildfire. The photos I’ve seen online are just horrible. If you haven’t heard about it, practically the entire town was burned from what I can tell. Hospitals, nursing homes, restaurants, Walmart and just about everything else. It kind of puts things in perspective doesn’t it?
“Praise be to the God and father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves receive from God.” 2 Corinthians 1:4