The long and winding road...
Not a stitch

No doubt

ScampIDoes it look like this cat has any doubt about where he stands in the grand scheme of things? I don't think so. And Mickey will attest -- this is definitely the preeminent pet in our household (at least in his own mind). K was in the back yard doing a photography assignment for me yesterday, and Scamp was a presence that just couldn't be ignored.

I think I've emailed everyone personally, but in case I missed someone, I just want you all to know how heartfelt your good wishes are. I am truly moved by your care and concern. Special thanks to Katy. And just so you know, things are going well; it's all very hard and it will take a while, but forward plans are being made and it's good.

ScampIIMy knitting is home!! So is my underwear, clothes, make-up (I have blush on today!) and my current book, but y'all know that I wasn't real concerned about those things! But, um, I didn't knit a stitch. Instead, I had two Coronas -- with lime -- and, well, let's just say that my tolerance has changed somewhat in the last 20 years. I can't go knitting on Cromarty when I'm feeling loopy!! We'll surely spend some quality time together tonight...



love your button! and you have a fine looking kitty there too ;0)


Glad you've got your knitting back! Can't wait to see more pics of Cromarty. In the meantime I've started a cabled Kristin Nicholas sweater (from Vogue 20th Anniversary issue) in Green Mountain Spinnery. It's very simple, sheepy smelling yarn. The lanolin is making my hands feel nice, too! I hope your sister is doing well.


I'm back again to say that I totally agree about the ironing thing. I don't even know where mine is and do the same thing as you if I don't make it to the dryer while they're still a tiny bit damp. That's probably going to more trouble than it's worth anyway considering how my kids just dump everything in their drawers and wrinkle them anyway! Yay!!!! knitting on Cromarty. Can't wait to see.

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