Thursday, February 4, 2016

Day by Day

Out to Tatla this morning for 2nd go round of blood work, trying to find the correct dosage of warfarin, right now am on 5m. Rob physician at clinic said its up to me about usage of cane, verra glad to hear that as am pretty tired of it falling over and making lots of noise especially at night when I'm trying to be quiet on nighttime walks to washroom.

And yesterday Sahnte helped me get my spinning wheel out of its bag and usable again, AND today I had a go at it, all is right with my world haven't forgot how to spin. Have a leftover bump of a light gray wool mix from Birkeland Bros from about 10+ years ago. Will eventually be socks for various peoples that I feel I owe.

And have been back to working on Tammy's socks, lots of colors and patterns, 'feels good to be back in my world'.

Weather continues wild & crazy from rain just over a week or so ago to 2 days this week with my valley being the coldest spot in BC.

Lorelee put the leftover turkey bones out by the river and a big bold coyote came along and they all disappeared, he came back several times to see if we had generated anything else, not yet.

10 comments:

  1. I'm glad to hear your knitting and spinning is returning to normal. It must feel wonderful to be back into a bit of your usual routine!

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  2. I'm so glad you're on the road to recovery and getting back to the things you love - spinning & knitting!

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  3. That's the best news...spinning. And the doc saying the cane was up to you, cool. Some people feed stray cats, you feed coyotes. Wild.

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  4. Hooray! Glad to hear you are able to go back to the things you love. Geez, some of us just put seeds out for the birds...

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  5. It's always good when you feel like doing the things you normally like to do. Glad to hear you are improving!

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  6. Good news. Warfarin plays its own tricks. My husband is currently on a less greens regimen - this after eat more greens. Seems vague and makes me wonder about it altogether.

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  7. I'd get rid of the cane as much as possible!! I found it threw my balance off so much that I kept bumping into things & knocking them over. I use it only to get in & out of the shower - have to step over the tub - & outside if its slippery. Better to wheel a shopping cart that's at least useful, than depend on the cane. Glad to hear you're back at the wheel - life is as normal as possible at last. Hooray.

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  8. Thinking about you and hoping that your health and strength continue to improve.

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  9. Thinking about you Lynne, and hope you're doing well.

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  10. Its so good to hear that you are on the mend . I have been thinking about you lots and sending prayers and good spinning wishes up your way. Things have settled down this way after St Distaffs and looking forward to maybe seeing you at Whidbey Island .

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