My husband is home, and in good shape.
The Letter of Dismissal – a copy of which will go to our GP – makes it sound as if the slight fever which sent us to the doctor last Thursday, was really more or less all that was wrong. There was some atrial fib. but a single treatment dealt with it. He doesn’t need to go on having his blood thinned and being monitored. His heart is in good shape for his age.
So that’s great. We’re both exhausted.
I’ve done some more stash-adding. I’m nearly finished with the lace-yarn bin. I think it will be pretty easy to separate out quite a few I’ll-never-knit-this’s, once the job is finished. And then decide what to do with them.
And then go on to books, if only to see whether I’m right that I have more than 200. Maybe not.
That Vogue Knitting from the late 60’s which I was talking about here recently has come up on eBay: 120162493652. The one with Kaffe’s first published pattern, for a Fair-Isle vest. It’s a British listing but she says she’ll post world-wide. I’ll be watching with interest, but not bidding of course because I’ve got it.
Emma in France, thanks for the link to Year of Lace. Very tempting. Are you in? But one thing about cataloguing one’s stash, it does make it a little bit easier to resist adding more.