Still Shoveling

Or better, still bagging. I am tired. Too tired to keep up with anything but the overwhelming worry about not being ready when the packers show up next Friday.  There are 9 bags of clothing & craft supplies  in the garage which will go to the charity shop tomorrow along with a couple of small furniture items

Plus having spent two mornings at the dentist this week, I feel I am entitled to whine a bit. Not much you understand since no one around me has much sympathy for someone who has several kilos of knitting needles.

Who knew that they multiplied in the dark? All but a few of the straight needles are being donated, about 1/2 the double points and 1/3 of the circulars. In any case I have now been through all the containers and tins that were in the studio. I have sorted back out some yarn, needles and hooks for personal entertainment and travels. The College Guy has hauled all remaining prepacked bins down to the garage and the table has been removed.  Who knew there was that much space.

Will try to get you pictures tomorrow. But do know that I am alive, well, and probably cranky.

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7 Responses to Still Shoveling

  1. Marie says:

    You are entail to be cranky I don’t know how you did it.

    Keep going you are nearly there.

  2. Alison says:

    Wishing you an easy time of it from here on out.

  3. Holly says:


    seriously, who knew I had that many needles? Put all in one place and it
    was actually pretty scary. But the charity shop will happily take them
    along with the yarn – this is the group that is supplying a couple of poor
    villages on the backend of Bosnia. Multiple sizes of straights, circs and
    too many dps….

  4. Alison says:


    Oh, now that’s a really cool place to send them!

  5. Cat says:

    Hang in there! YOU CAN DO IT!

    Hugs from Downunder

  6. Bill R says:

    Bill will be out of the office until he returns : >))

    (We’re aboard this 112′ yacht for a week.
    Life is good.)

  7. Alison says:

    You’re so funny. There’s always just enough information to make me want to ask questions and always short enough answers that I still feel like I didn’t get to read the last page of the chapter. It makes me laugh.

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