Well, I couldn't very well say little prick, could I? Oops! Well, that bruise is the result of have four (or was it three?) vials of blood taken for a battery of tests. Yes, my good people I finally have a consultant! Woo hoo - happy dance! This neurologist is only the second specialist I've seen in fourteen years of being ill. The first one was a paediatritian. That's how long ago it was!
Bonny Charms is moving apace and I'm now on the armhole bit of the back. Have I mentioned that there's an error in the chart in the magazine, and the numbers you end up with after the ribbing don't add up to a full repeat.
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This is the HORRENDOUSLY ORANGE YARN I got to do the arigu.. agium.. those wee Japanese crocheted thingys. All I have to do is teach myself to crochet and how to design those crocheted doll-things. Easy. Right?
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Do they not use the little butterfly needle with a tube?? That is very cool!! I like that one. It might be me, but I can't see any of your photos today. So here are my comments on the socks:By 2paw, at Friday, 25 August, 2006
And the books:
And the orange yarn?? I'm speechless!!!
Are those "Snakes Skines on a Plane Socks?" Okay, you can smack me; that was really bad.By MollyKnits, at Friday, 25 August, 2006
Neurologists are fun, but my favorite is my endocrinologist. Talk about bloodwork!By Anne, at Friday, 25 August, 2006
P.S. The cows down here say, "Moo y'all". Accents indeed ;-)By Anne, at Friday, 25 August, 2006
That is seriously orange yarn! The baby sweater is comming on a treat - and don't worry about the socks - I still haven't finished my second one despite the flying start.By janine, at Friday, 25 August, 2006
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