Friday Update   11 comments

Because so many of you were kind enough to ask, here’s the word from the doctor this morning:

She said pre-cancerous means that the spot they got is all set – no need for more work on it. But, I have three more smaller ones that look like the larger one, so they will come off at the end of the month. A got a good look at them, and so she will look for more on me like them. Hopefully, there aren’t any.

Other updates – stopped at the PO this morning and got my mystery box from Rachel at All Night Knitter… HOLY COW!!! Rachel, this box is amazing! You totally went crazy, and I will love using it ALL. And silly as this may seem – the scissors are perfect, because I can take them in my carry-on bag when I go to Phoenix next week! I was trying to figure out how I would bring the knitting with no scissors. I was going to buy some when I got there. As for all the rest, I will really enjoy using it and thinking about how generous you were to send it all to me. I confess though – never done a ruffle scarf – it says the instructions are inside the wrapper – will it tell me all I need to know?

from All night Knitter

And just in case you didn’t know it already – all boxes that come into our house are subject to cat scans. Zumba loves to sleep in them. Tigger loves what Zumba loves. She might be older, but she is a typical little sister.

Rachel's box

We had a nice time at the Stonington Farmer’s Market – got some heavenly peaches, fabulous chocolates, lots of bread and baked goods. Got to check in with Pat, the Island Community Center director, and thank her for letting me do taxes there again this coming winter. She is such a cheerful, peppy person, I love working with her.

Sadly, no crabmeat at the fish truck, and the shrimp dip lady wasn’t there. But we still managed to spend a lot and get some goodies. Turned out we had so many goodies, we didn’t stop for lunch, but came home, called and reserved a small SUV for the weekend – no trucks available, but we got one for next weekend – and made a stop at Lowe’s for a couple of big new trash barrels for the cellar workshop. I also found some glass tiles for the tray I am working on. It was tough though – why is everything so BEIGE in the big stores? I understand that beige is popular, but it is not the ONLY color for tiles. Someone should tell Lowe’s and Home Depot. Grocery store on the way home from that trip, and I think we are home for the evening!

A is making me supper tonight – not sure why but I am not arguing. Homemade turkey and cheese paninis. On farmers market oatmeal bread. Yum….


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  1. Glad to hear your medical update. All is well. Looks like your ready for the weekend.

  2. Hope your feeling well and good and so glad you like the box! Enjoy your weekend!

  3. Reblogged this on All Night Knits and commented:

  4. I was wondering what would be in the box, and it is indeed stunning goodies. Luv the beautiful yarns. šŸ™‚
    Your kitties are so very cute. Enjoy the box goodies and show us what you made with it.

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