Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Trip knitting

Another pair of fingerless mitts, my slooow socks, and the start of a hat

Can I finish all three? We'll see!


By the time this posts I'll be on my way to the airport, leaving our spring for what will feel like summer. Heat+humidity+hormones=hot flashes from you-know-where. But I'm so looking forward to spending this time with my folks. Besides knitting and my laptop, I'm taking homemade bread and fruit butters. Comfort food is healing food, right? ;-)

That's it for now from . . .

12 comments:

Rose Fern said...

Enjoy the trip!

Mama Pea said...

Have a safe trip, enjoy your time with your folks and relax to the extent you can since you'll be away from the usual routine at home.

Tombstone Livestock said...

Have a safe trip, hope all goes well.

Kelly said...

Safe travels Michelle.

thecrazysheeplady said...

Yes it is! Have a good trip and best wishes for your dad!

Thistle Cove Farm said...

hot sounds good right about now. I'm tired of being cold.
God speed on your journey.

Ruth Dixon said...

Hope your trip goes well and you can spend some great time with your parents, even with your dad not feeling well. We are having one heck of a winter storm on the coast. Rain and wind. Lucky you!

Tina T-P said...

Safe Travels Michelle, and enjoy your time with your mom and dad. Good wishes to him too. I enjoyed you no lamb - lamb fix. I may have to do that on my blog this year too. Our neighbors are all real disappointed that we don't have babies this year. T.

Mary Ann said...

Comfort food IS healing food! Praying for your family this week.

Susan said...

Sending prayers to your Dad and Mom. Have a wonderful time and we expect to see socks on your return! BTW, I love the sock yarn; where did you get it?

Michelle said...

Thank-you all for your good wishes and prayers. I am here in my dad's hospital room, thankful that I have some beautiful piano-only hymns on iTunes to plan for him. He's doing as well as can be expected, which includes being sore, weak and nauseated. Can eat solids - like my bread - yet, but hopefully in a a couple days.

Susan, that is my cyber-twin Melanie's Dyenamics sock yarn (http://www.dyenamicsyarn.com/Home.html).

Carolyn Phillips said...

Safe travels. Hope your dad improves.

Love the photos and after starting my first pair of socks am in awe at your doing whole projects of rib.