I'm going to try a write this post in approximately fifteen minutes while I have my second cup of coffee (can't blog after only drinking one) and the house is still silent...except for the dog eating and the cat playing with the kibble he knocks onto the kitchen floor.
My husband has had his first round of chemo and is as well as one would expect one would do on chemo. We had a little excitement this past Saturday when he spiked a fever and had to take him to hospital for blood tests and the sort. Of course, by the time we got to the hospital, his temperature was back to a normal 37/98.6. As they prepared to take his tests and because I'm a woman on the edge most days, I took pictures.
He looks impressed in that hot, smoldering, I need to lay down and vomit, sort of way, doesn't he?
How is our daughter taking the fact that her daddy is sick and needs to be taken to hospital every other day on a good week?
All in stride, baby. She's a little trooper and has already
Now, I want to back track a little bit. See the pic of my husband? See what he's got in his lap? It's a cute little Emergency Knitting bag I received in the mail last Friday from Illiane's Corner.
Now, if you could please cue the Twilight Zone theme music in your head, while I explain.
I didn't order it. At least I don't think I did...credit card statement hasn't come yet. But, I can be pretty certain I didn't. I think.
In any case, my husband didn't buy it for me...and after
Knitting hasn't been more stop and go in my life. I did join Summer of Socks 2008, hoping
Pattern: Butterflies n Bees from Six Sox Knitalong.
Designer: Janine Le Cras
Yarn: Cherry Tree Hill Louet Gems Fingering in Gypsy Rose
Needles: 2.25mm circ
Now I really must go. No offense, but I've started my third cup of coffee and I really must GO!