Crazy as a Loom

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

A little blue.

Not really.  I'm not blue at all.
But I was weaving these blue placemats today.
On my spring fling.



Lois was making kits.....Walking on Sunshine Rag Rug kits to be exact.


Kits are a good thing, because we haven't figured out how to clone ourselves so WE could weave it all.


Mostly I'm not blue, because this physical therapy seems to be working on my headache.  Oh, it's still around, every day, but it is very low key most of the time, and I can function with it.
It's such a relief.
Of course, the insurance company only approves 4-6 appointments at a time, and then they require that I make out more paper work, and jump through more hoops.
Pretty insane.  Maybe they would rather I had major surgery.

We got a new rack today, for ruanas, and shawls and such.
I bought it on Ebay, and I think it is perfect.  What do you think?


I am very tired tonight.......it's been a long day.
 I hope you are staying warm.....wherever you are.
Not you, Mary in Hawaii, cause we KNOW you are keeping very warm.  Do you have a spare bedroom, perchance???
I can't imagine it, but some one of these winters, I am going to miss the whole season, I swear.
But for now, time for a cuppa tea, and my jammies.

Ooh, and that banana chocolate chip pancake, cold and made into a PB and J.........heart be still!!!
I have to try that one.



12 comments:

Country Girl said...

I love the new rack. Saw your post title and thought to myself that you were blue like me. And I'm very glad you're not.

cobaltandindigo said...

Love the scroll bottom of the new display rack, and I'm glad you liked the pancake idea. :)

Denise at Autumn Sky said...

I wanted a cupcake today but didn't find one, which is just as well....

Deb said...

Glad you're feeling better, Hilary.

pwofford said...

It was so nice to read a blog post by you that sounded like you felt well -- at least somewhat. I hope you continue to feel better. Isn't physical therapy wonderful???!

Peg Cherre said...

Glad the PT is working, even if you do have to jump through insurance company hoops.

I think the new rack is terrific - a great way to show your work.

Sue said...

Wow, my internet was down for a few days & I missed all sorts of fun. Several comments made me cringe, both as the mother of a transgender child and sister-in-law to the most loving gay couple ever (who happen to be raising a wonder young lady). Government either needs to endorse all marriages between consenting adults or none of them. I have long believed that we might be better off if elected positions went to a lottery system (set criteria like you have to have voted, but it would save us from only the rich could run), or I'd gladly step up and be benign dictator and whip everyone into shape.

Yes, the insurance company would rather you had surgery. It's what they understand.

And the new rack is wonderful!

Diane Cayton-Hakey said...

So nice your headaches have calmed down. Was very worried about you for quite some time.

KarenInTheWoods and Steveio said...

Ahh looks like you are making up some fun stuff. The winter doldrums are taking hold here, so I better get creative huh?

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Porch Days said...

The rack looks perfect. Score one for you! Nancy

Daryl Edelstein said...

Love that shade of blue .. and I am SOOO glad the PT is helping .. I agree, I think insurance companies want to spend big $$ on surgery vs relatively less pricey PT .. I've never understand insurance companies' allergies to preventative medicine ..

Daryl Edelstein said...

I'll never understand Blogger and its weird reactions .. I am sure I posted .. but no, its not here .. I said I'll never understand insurance company's take on preventative medicine or PT vs surgery ...

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