Thursday, November 30, 2006

Sheepie Challenge

Hey...I found a couple of **Sheepies** for Ruth's "Sheep Challenge"!

I haven't been as good as I should in finding these little *buggers*!

Well, the doctor's office called with the results of my blood arthritis or gout--just tendenitis...the last words spoked to me were--"Lay off the knitting for a while" I guess I'm his first "knitting injury" thing you know they're going to call me in for so students can "see the case"!! I'm doing pretty good, thanks to JH for my homeopathic remedy...I'm taking advil as little as possible, but the thing that feels the best is a hot epsom salt soak! Oh...the Dr. did tell me to buy a paraffin wax bath (something I've wanted for a long time) so now I can pamper myself!! WooHoo!!!!

Remember this?? I started spinning it last night...what a dream! I'll have pics later...

Well...gotta run!

Keep on Knittin' & Spinnin'


Mary said...

See -- spinning! A good alternative to knitting whilst you recover from your sports injury! ;-)

Krista said...

Who is he kidding! No knitting "for a while!" Like maybe a day?

Aprilynne said...

great sheep pics =) so cute - tendonitis, ouch, get that in the shoulder sometimes and it's not fun. Hope it heals soon =)

lemmie said...

no knitting! is he crazy! :)
happy turkey day to you too - thanks for the post. you'll have to stay in the cabins at douthat. they're really great.

gourdongirl said...

Ooooh no knitting......maybe for an hour or so! At least the blood tests rule out more serious injuries.

Love the sheepy stuff. I think I have some new ones that I still have to snap, but can't remember what I did with the little beggers!

Sangeeta said...

can you knit with the other hand?

tangelled angel said...

sorry to hear about your hands...spinning is the ideal solution!
Had a really old pattern that I adapted big time for the Christmas trees, can't even remember the name of it. Think Im too late for the Christmas market but sure its worth a go!
Like the sheep btw,Im finding it hard to come up with sheep for the challange. Plenty of the warm wooly living and breathing type alright.