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Wednesday, April 06, 2022

Knitting, Wine, and Yoga


 Making good headway with adding the turquoise, then tangerine, then royal blue, and now the lime green.  This was the progress as of a week ago.  This afghan is now at a standstill, as it's at home and I'm not.

Currently working on The Buckeye Scarf because its smaller and easier to work on in the car.  No new pictures.


Sharing this because I thought it was cool.  Hope my fellow knitters enjoy it; as well as my non knitters as an interesting piece of art work.


Two friends and I toasting 25 years cancer free.  One of my besties, Congrats!

A novel, a story of courage, betrayal and more.  Jewish families trying to maintain, to survive, to feed their families and never knowing whom to trust creates many layers of intrigue and suspense as well as heartbreak and warm moments.  Another book to add to your reading list folks.  I love audio books.  You can walk, knit, do household chores and listen to your books.



It's a balancing act folks.  Still trying to maintain activity with planks, walking, and yoga....but sometimes you need a glass of wine.

36 comments:

  1. A glass of wine is a good choice to celebrate your milestone!!

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  2. 25 years cancer free is definitely something to celebrate!!

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  3. 25 years cancer free! Woohoo! That's a wonderful reason to celebrate! The afghan is coming along very nicely. I love the color variety.

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    1. Thank you Sandie, looking forward to getting back to it when I return home.

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  4. Good news about the 25 years, well worth celebrating. I always love Snoopy:)

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    1. Thanks for the visit Rosie, agree on both accounts.

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  5. 25 years cancer free is DEFINITELY worth celebrating.
    And yes, sometimes wine (and/or a whine) is absolutely essential.
    Love that art piece.

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    1. Thanks for the visit, appreciated, always good to hear from you.

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  6. I toast you too!
    I love the sparkling dew drops on the glasses and very bright afghan.
    Yep the knitting hands are quite unusual.
    I crochet.
    Hugs Cecilia

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    1. Thanks for the toast and kind words. Keep hooking.

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  7. We all want to toast to 25 years cancer free! How wonderful! And a glass of wine sounds good right now. Enjoy your evening! Keep enjoying all the good things in life!

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  8. Yes do join us in the toast and right you are, we must keep enjoying the good things in life; despite the terrible things going on.

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  9. Sure deserves a toast for 25 years cancer free indeed.

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  10. Congratulations on the 25 years cancer free! That is so wonderful. Life is a great thing for us all to celebrate and celebrating with good friends is awesome. The book looks like one Id like.
    Love the colors in your creation too.

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    1. Thanks for the kind words Cheryl. Agree, having good friends to celebrate with it is special.

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  11. Everything is about balance! Looks like you are getting a lot in. No cancer is definitely worth celebrating!

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    1. So agree on balance. Thanks for the visit.

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  12. A glass of wine, a good book, a little knitting.....all fabulous ways to while away your day. How lovely you and your friend are celebrating 25 years of cancer free! I must say the knitting graphic is fabulous!

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    1. Thanks for the visit and kind words Kim, much appreciated.

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  13. What a great way to celebrate your achievement. The blanket is beautiful.

    God bless.

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  14. Your blanket's looking good. I've never done corner to corner crochet, it's something I'd like to try. Twenty five years is an achievement, nice to celebrate with something wet and cold. I'm twenty one years cancer free now.

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    1. Thanks for the visit and kind words Jo. Congrats on your 21 years.

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  15. Fantastic achievement with 25 years cancer free! Something definitely to toast about! I add that book to my to be read list. Sounds very interesting!

    betty

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    1. Right you are Betty on the 25 years. Hope you enjoy the book.

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  16. Enjoy your wine.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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    1. Thanks for the coffee, need another cup Dora.

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  17. Congratulations to you and your friends.
    And another great book review, thank you!

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    1. Thanks for the visit Carla and kind words.

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  18. Cancer free for 25 years is awesome. What a great way to celebrate..with friends.

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    1. Thanks for the visit Val, much appreciated.

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  19. Celebrating 25 years free of cancer is a thing of wonder! I love that artwork of knitting society together x

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    1. Many thanks for the visit and kind comments, much appreciated.

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