I still find it
hard to believe that time can slip so quickly
through my fingers.
Intended posts and other projects
were set aside this week
to allow for the unexpected.
Last weekend Tim fell while cross-country skiing,
causing something in his knee to pop.
He iced and elevated through the night
and decided the next morning that it should be seen.
was a torn ACL.
An MRI on Thursday indicated a torn MCL,
which means that surgery won't be required.
A round of PT twice a week for the next
month or six weeks
and he should be good as new.
We're very thankful.
It did mean, though, that I was the designated
driver for work and appointments,
a role that will continue for at least another week.
We had several snowfalls last week
and the truck just went down our street
spreading the de-icing solution in
anticipation of freezing rain/ice later tonight
and into tomorrow morning.
Anyway, I was able to claim
some of the week for myself:
Tonight the last few rows of my sweater back will be finished,
bound off, and the front section begun.
My navy wardrobe selections are coming together.
A mariner dress from llbean
will be nothing but fun to wear.
A cotton/cashmere blend V-neck sweater
will prove versatile.
Local sales added a solid (but lightweight) 3/4 sleeve cardigan
a coral top (which may not make it)
a tank with embellished neckline
a 3/4 sleeve mariner top
and a pair of tan jeans.
The sneakers were found online.
A local store carried the style, but not
this color, so they were ordered and shipped to my front door.
They are cute, comfy and will be a fun option
for casual outings.
There are a few more packages
scheduled to arrive in the next few days.
Paint chips have proven helpful
when trying to "remember"
a color from one place to the next.
was going to be so much fun.
Projects using bleach pens and various
fabric mediums are featured on Pinterest
from time to time
and this was going to be my
The scarf was clearanced for $3.00 - why not
take the chance?!
It didn't work.
Plan B doesn't exist at this point
but I'm determined to
transform this scarf.