I thank those of you who shared Clint's "final journey" with us. I hope you found inspiration and encouragement as we shared the good and bad moments over the last months until Clint found his way home to Jesus on December 3, 2004. As we journey through the next season of our lives, perhaps something I share here will help others who are also making this painful journey.
Â Â Â Â I was up and going by nine this morning. I have six colors of yarn to use on the cowl and there are 26 rows to each repeat. The pattern has 10 repeats but Cathei wants 12 repeats so I got through the first color plus four rows of the second color last night. I took a dinner break about 6pm tonight at which time I was ready to wind the fourth color into a ball and begin knitting it. I cooked a bag of Pasta and Peas with Parmesan Cream Sauce to which I added some corn and bits of chicken. I figured everything except the chicken would be soft. Wrong! Twice I bit down on something that sent a sharp shooting pain up my tooth. I hadnât taken any Ibuprofen since 9:30 this morning so I took a couple of those. Then I proceeded to wind the yarn into a ball and continue knitting. Tom came today, mowed the lawn and pressure washed the deck so it can be re-stained. I was quite to content to be home for the day after a busy week. Here is the newest Lacy Top.
What you see has limits. Imagination is boundless. - Folasade Fasoyiro