Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Where Do the Days Go?

I mean really. Time flies. Sometimes I am a bad friend to my blog. I get so busy working and sewing up and having the stupid flu and working (this week I'm starting a shorthand course) and oh yeah - and walking in my boot without crutches! Yes, the days have been wild and crazy here since my last post. So wild and crazy is in the eye of the beholder but in the eye of this beholder, it has been hectic.

I haven't been knitting much. Sadly. I miss my knitting when I don't knit for several days. I have turned the heel on the first of the Black Cherry Kool-Aid socks. I'm happy with the looks of it so far. Just wish it was, you know, more done! Ahh well.

As for my crutchless state...I know it sounds sort of ungrateful but the walking is really not as much fun as I remembered it being. I'm glad to be rid of the crutches - I've been carrying all sorts of stuff around, which is super-duper fabulous. It is just kind of tender. I am not rushing it. I am not overexerting. I am being careful and walking only in the boot. I am not risking it. I see the doc later this week so hopefully it will be a stunning example of ankle health.

Other than that, nothing much going on here. I've joined the Secret Pal 10. I've never done the Secret Pal gig and I'm really looking forward to it. I need to get the questionarre posted in the next couple of days. Yippee...we have that exciting post to look forward to. :)

Today's Quote:

"Affliction comes to us, not to make us sad but sober; not to make us sorry but wise." - H.G. Wells


RobynR said...

See Kristy walk. Walk Kristy walk. Woohoo! I'm so glad to hear that you're up and about and all crutchless and stuff.

Dorothy said...

Glad you are able to walk without the crutches! That is awesome. Everything goes in cycles. Your knitting will be all the sweeter for having been unable to knit for a couple of days.

Charity said...

It will get better, Kristy! Chin up, eh?

Glad to hear you joined SP10! I did, too. :0)

Kniterella said...

Those boots are difficult to walk in anyway...and they don't come in ANY cool colors!

Anonymous said...

Nice to have hands for holding. Sorry it's not faster and more fun. Hang in there.