My new favorite soup. L and I agree, we could eat it for lunch every day.
You can make it in your slow cooker, but I made mine on the stove.
It's Cannellini Bean and Kale soup, and the recipe is HERE.
You are going to LOVE it.
I was inspired by Sharon over at In Stitches.
She has been a little obsessed by "turned taquete", and now I know WHY. Her towels are lovely!!
O.M.G. I love this.
And it's so easy. Well, threading 480 threads through the heddles, and sleying the reed was a little time consuming, but the weaving is pure joy. I'm weaving it on the new (to me) Schacht 36.
I have been convinced that the weather was at the root of my headaches post surgery.
Then today, just a while ago, my surgeon emailed me about the MRI that I had on February 22nd.
Can I just say I was not expecting what I read, not even close.
You know I try to keep you in the loop, right? Cause I know you all worry, or at least a lot of you do.
Keeping it real, even if it isn't always pretty. You'll have to be content with unrelated pictures of weaving.
My headache has been increasingly disturbing, to the point where I said to myself recently: "Something's wrong with my head."
And unfortunately, I was right.
My doctor informed me that the bone morphogenic protein that was used to make certain that my cervical spine fused well, has gone a bit crazy and overgrown much more than they expected.
So now I have to have a CT scan to see what is happening with the overgrown bone, and what can be done about it.
So since I doubt that there is any magic wand that can be waved, nor is there any cure all potion, I think the method of "fixing" it is clear enough that I don't even have to say it.
Can I tell you, I am very, very disappointed tonight. I can't really even think very straight about it.
It's just too much to digest.
Maybe I'll just go have a good cry. Then I will kick myself in the butt, and get over it.