Since it was raining, I had the perfect excuse to stay home. My prednisone is done, there were some scones that wanted to be baked and that cross-stitch to be finished. So, I got to be the one watching everyone else come and go all day; to meetings, to work, to run errands, to check on the Eldest (no I didn’t go see which virus she has..) to BART etc, etc. Instead – yes, I read, spent time in the hot tub and otherwise didn’t push it.
Remember me talking about running away from home in Fall of 2011? When I took the Grandeur of the Seas that November I met a number of incredibly interesting people, Bill & Jo being among them. I first met them on a sea day about day out on the pool deck drinking coffee with a few others. We chatted a bit, traded emails and have just stayed in contact for what I realize is now more than five years. Bill was the one who was in Colorado and needed a hat. After knitting the hat, I sent it off, but to his postal forwarding, not current address. It finally caught up with him this weekend. He will now have a warm head for the next snow storm.
He got it! Yay! He looks great in it, and very happy.
Yay, no more prednisone!
It’s great that you make hats for people around the world, you really are a sweet person. That’s my opinion and I’m not changing it!
Well hey, we started with a cruise. But I don’t remember that you exactly live somewhere that needs a hat!
UMMM, usually not in Florida, lol, but thanks for the offer.
It was meant to be! A Hat Love Story if ever I heard one.
Ah, that is sweet! Bill looks pretty happy with that hat