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Sunday, September 15, 2019

Another Week and What's to Show For It?

This seems to say a lot.  Spotted this meme on Facebook a few days ago and thought it worth sharing.  

I've never seen anything like this before and wondered if you all had?  This was in an airport, though I'm not sure I remember which one....perhaps Portland or San Francisco, as I think it was from a Mother Daughter trip a few months back.

I've not worked on this project in awhile and should, but I'm contemplating, ripping it out to start over.  Stay tuned.

No new picture on the yellow shawl, as it hasn't moved forward enough to look any different to you.  It's really slow going.

It's crazy I know, but....I keep wanting to start something with this yarn.  Do you suffer from start-itis?  I have multiple projects going, but want to start another one.

This is close to being done, but I made a mistake that I couldn't fix, plus there's a spot where there was bad yarn.........argh....so I've put it away and am trying to decide whether to finish or rip it out.  It was going to be a gift.  The mistake is one I could probably ignore if I were wearing it myself...hide it by the way it was tied etc; but.............

Had a very busy week.  My cousin from out of state came and I spend lots of time taking her places and to visit with Dad.  Vertigo is much improved, thanks to all of you who've asked.  Not gone, but much improved.

22 comments:

  1. LOVE that climate change meme. Thank you.
    Glad that the vertigo is improved, and as always I continue to be impressed at your projects.

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    1. Thanks for the visit, always appreciated. And thanks for the sweet comment about my work.

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  2. I'm glad to hear that the vertigo is a bit better. I'm always wanting to start new projects, I tend to start a batch and then I try to be quite strict with myself and get those finished before I allow myself to start more, but there's odd projects which slip through the net as I just can't resist.

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    1. Hi Jo, thanks for the visit. Glad to know you too like to start projects. I may pick a number of projects and not start beyond that...been thinking about that idea.

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  3. Vertigo is such a hard condition. Had it once for a week. Hope to never have it again.

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    1. I'm into the 3rd week with the Vertigo. It only lasted 5 days last time, but is hanging on this time. Several years ago it took about 6 wks to feel like it was totally gone. My Chiropractor says it can take a while, groan. Not the answer I wanted to here when I asked him.

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  4. Oh I know that feeling -- vertigo after effects. They go on and on, don't they? I'm in the same boat! Anyway, those yarns -- what about a shift cowl or night shift shawl? :D Sounds like you are dealing with lots of possible frog pond items. Such a bummer. I bet the recipient of the shawl would not notice the mistake?

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    1. Right you the feeling goes on and on. I'm beginning to get impatient. I like the idea of a shawl or cowl...might do some more looking around at patterns etc.

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  5. Sandy,
    Glad to hear that your vertigo is better!! Thanks so much for stopping by and for your sweet comment! I decorated for every Holiday and every Season both inside and out. I had to take a hiatus from doing so when I had my knee surgery which killed me because it is something that I really love to do!! When I was working, it was my stress reliever. I hope you have a great weekend!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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    1. Thanks for the visit Debbie, wish you lived closer...you could do some decorating for me. Glad you've recovered from the knee surgery so you can get back to doing what you love.

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  6. Lovely yarn colors! I have never experienced vertigo. May your bout with it subside soon.

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    1. Thanks for the visit Bea. Fingers crossed on vertigo.

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  7. Lovely yarn colours. I've seen a machine next to a public house in a small village which dispensed bread, eggs and milk for locals and the camp site across the road:)

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    1. Hi Rosie, that's an interesting machine...bread, eggs and milk. I've not come across anything like that.

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  8. Hi Sandy, yes I will be back to bloging just haven't done much. Trying to sort out old cross stitch magazines I have collected thru the years and have over 100 of them. hugs Lynda Ruth

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    1. Good luck with your project. Can you scan them to save digitally?

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  9. Love seeing all of your projects!

    In regards to your comment on my blog – I am now an Executive Director for an orchestra. Between that and all of my other jobs, I have very little time to blog. When I come by and comment on your post, you'll know that I have posted something on my blog.

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    1. Thanks Sherry, appreciate the info. Go make some great music.

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  10. Never seen one like that before at any place near here. That meme is sure true indeed.

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    1. Thanks for the visit Pat, always nice to see you.

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  11. I'm glad your vertigo is much improved. Also glad enough of us do believe in climate change to do some clean-up.

    Be well, Sandy.

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    1. Thanks for the visit Robyn. So glad I'm almost back to normal and hope this vertigo doesn't come back again. Right you are on the climate change.

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