As those familiar mountain peaks came into view...
I finished off a pink baby afghan, and am now ready for my little granddaughter's arrival.
Kris and Lisa are meeting regularly with specialists at B.C. Women's Hospital and preparing for the birth of their little trisomy 13 daughter in just over one month's time. I am fearful...and yet at peace about her arrival--we know God is in control!
And I've been busy embroidering bunnies...lots of bunnies!
Easter's coming, and bunnies seemed an appropriate subject to hone my embroidery skills. I haven't embroidered anything for over twenty years, and had no recollection of how to do a 'daisy stitch', etc. So let's just say these are free-style bunnies!
As my hands were busy, I had a crash course in American politics--compliments of Rush Limbaugh! I'm just thankful that my vote is not required, since it's all about as clear as mud. We don't listen to Rush on the Canadian airwaves--he is quite entertaining despite his obvious political viewpoints.
The Twizzlers and peanuts are gone--the book of Sudoku puzzles will have to go on another road trip. It may have been a business trip...but I'd call it a pleasure!
And (as always) it's good to be home again.