And yes, my hand still hurts, but I figured it out.
My dilemma is this.
Why should I worry about finding time to fit in a walk in an attempt to get some exercise, and pay someone to mow my lawn?
Does that even make any sense?
I am going with it for the time being. Maybe I will change my mind, but if I do, then that is OK.
Changing my mind is allowed.
L and I were weaving machines. We finished THREE 5'x7' sock rugs in TWO days.
Here is the first one off the loom.
Such a happy rug, don't you think??
Can't show you the other two now, because by the time I got the fringe tied, we were hit with a storm, complete with a downpour and hail.
It got so dark I had to turn the light on so I could see the threads I was tying.
The canopy, that we were going to use to cut jeans under, is no more. Besides collapsing, the hail tore holes in it.
A big branch from the apple tree cracked off and landed in the driveway.
Ah, well, time for a little accounting anyway.
By this time of the day, I was exhausted anyway. Enough already.
Tomorrow is another day. I'm due for a BREAK.
Today I had a phone call from a man who said, "I saw the article in the paper."
"And I was wondering..............."
" I have this old loom in the barn, and wondered if you might be interested in taking a look at it."
I am a loom addict.
Of course I will come look at your loom.
Are you kidding me?????
And no, I don't need another loom.
Common sense has NOTHING to do with it.