I watched an episode of House last night. For those of you that don't follow that series, it's about a doctor (a diagnostician) who is SO smart. I only wish every doctor had the mad skills this doc has! lol I know, I know, he only plays a doctor on television. Anyway, in the episode I watched last night, (catching up on my DVR recordings) a woman was admitted to the hospital with strange symptoms, as usual. This woman, however, was an addicted blogger. Every move she made was posted for her blogging fans to read and comment on. Even when she had to decide whether to have a pig valve or plastic valve to help her ailing heart she asked her followers to comment to help her decide. Needless to say, her husband was furious with her addiction.
I only relate the previous story to let you know that I am not that diligent about writing about every move I make. Somehow, I don't feel that those of you that read my blog want to hear EVERYTHING. Am I right? So, I will continue to share a pic or two of my K (henceforth to be known as "Sweetie") and pictures of those projects I finish if I remember to photograph them before they go to their respective owners. Case in point..The following is a prayer shawl made for the sweet Angela, my sister's good friend who helped her move. Angela had the misfortune to be at the wrong place at the right time and was involved in a motor vehicle accident. She had to have many stitches on her beautiful face and in her mouth. Luckily, she was in her big honker of a pickup truck and was wearing her seatbelt so things could've possibly been much worse. The truck was totalled. Please keep her in your prayers that she heal quickly. The name of the color of the yarn I used is "chili". LOL. Judy says that's very appropriate for Miss Angela.
And, of course, here is our Sweetie! This is her favorite position to watch a little TV. When she's not on the floor. If you click on the picture you can see the crocheted "belt" I made her on the run. Her britches were not staying on those slim hips of hers so I fixed it. Her most recent word - DOE! Meaning "go!" Ready, set, DOE! Cracks me up every time to hear that little voice say that. Also rhymes with "NO" which she says with regularity. We have so much fun. Thank You, Lord, for this precious bundle and thank you, Rob and April, for giving me the opportunity to watch her grow. I love my jobs!