After spending the morning dealing with no-fee passports for the crew, dropping off and picking up I managed to accomplish a couple of important things:
First – I am done with the quiz portion of the recert module. To do the patient management section – I am planning on using the medical library at HMEDDAC on either tomorrow or Sunday morning. It should be quiet so that I can scream and curse in peace.
Our monthly Shabbas Potluck.
It was a hoot, great food and Charles set up and ran a slide show of the Hannukah party. One of the Protestant Chaplains stopped in. We fed him and gave him a dreidel lesson.
Finishing up The Black Rose by Nora Roberts I moved on to The Red Lily prior to bedtime. I read them all when they came out. This makes them excellent background books for knitting as I don’t have to maintain a really high level of concentration.
Speaking of knitting – I tried the Funnel Neck Sweater on the Eldest. Says it is too heavy to wear. And to scratchy. I think I am going to go ahead and wash the flipping thing just to stop the complaints. But that will make lengthening the sleeves a real pain if it becomes necessary. I think it is going to become my English gardening sweater.
Second – the Valley Jacket is complete! Modeled by Ms Pink – I might see the eldest by the end of the weekend, since she has been waiting for the sweater.
Now on to Mein Weg and Kauni…
(I will not start anything new till they are finished. No, I will not…
Arches & Doors
Gleaming marble, glass and glorious iron work in the Argentinian sunshine, shouldn’t it lead off to a new adventure?