Tuesday, May 08, 2007

May 8th Already

and here I am with my first blog post of the month. I had high hopes for many posts this month but once again life, that is my real life got in the way. This time in the form of my Mother being sick and needing my help at her house ( NO internet - yikes!)and then this past weekend ending up in the hospital.My Mom that is. She was in the hospital in Charlottesville and I must confess that had I known my way a bit better the thought of slipping out for a wee bit on Saturday afternoon to a couple of yarn shops I know are there did cross my mind.However I resisted I have made the 90 mile trek many times lately and more to come. So this go round- please forgive me for not being here. She is 85 and Dad is 88 and right now they need me. It is pretty amazing that they have lived this long and this is our first real time of need. She seems to be recovering from the pneumonia very slowly but there are other problems that may be more long lasting. There was hospital knitting thank goodness. I truly do not know how people that do not knit stand something like hours and hours in a hospital. It is so soothing amd really helps the waiting time go by.

I am trying to think of what I have to share tongight. Have I told you about ripping my cotton cardigan and starting over? I like the fabric that is being created much better. I am trying to remain faithful and finish it before I rush headlong into the next project. Not promising that I won't do that tho. I have several projects that don't need much to finish them off. The year is half over and I have no FO's to share. I really need to fix that.

Spring and Summer are almost here and I am so excited to hopefully get to spend some time hopefully at the lake. Due to above mentioned family needs that time may be more limited but I will be sure to get some lake time in for sure.

Here are a few pictures that I took last fall and never used in the blog.

The floating leaf and the old fence are two of my favorites from last fall. I am looking forward to sharing some spring pictures. Well just as soon as I locate the camera. shhhh don't tell anyone that I am not sure where it is.

Onward and Upward. Thanks for waiting for me...


Anonymous Beth P. said...

Emmy, so glad your mom is doing better -- I know how hard it is. Hope everything keeps getting better.

Beth P.

8:22 AM  
Anonymous Robin said...

Thinking of you!!!! Take care.

12:37 AM  

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