Hi, Primmies -
This is an update on this post. I forgot
to put up the photo of the huge box of
wool that I won in the giveaway.
I'm blaming it on menopause fog...
My huge stash of wooly worms
We just got home from my doctor's appoint-
ment. I am seeing a new doctor who is right
in my hometown rather than travelling to
Worcester. It was just too much, 2-3 hours
in her office and one hour each way in the
car. Ugghhh... I like this doctor very much,
he's on point and he's very kind and listens.
Unfortunately, I'm still in a huge amount of
pain. I'm going to be set up with a visit to
the Boston Pain Center and it's a total
approach to your pain and your entire body
as it is affected. Psychological, physical and
physiological symptoms. So everything is
addressed. I'm encouraged and very excited
about going to this clinic.
So, about the worms; I won Lauren's giveaway for the wooly worms. Now I can be a hooker! Lauren is the author of Rugs and Pugs. She rescues Pugs and she hooks beautiful rugs and ruglets.
I came home from the doctor and there was
a box on my porch. Lauren included the most
awesome surprise, a beautiful vintage
flatware keyring. The flatware has "W O O L"
stamped into it. This was a total surprise.
It's a beautiful keepsake. Here's a photo:
Lauren attached the sterling key fob to this sweet note she wrote me: " Susan, thank you for being such a loyal reader/commenter!
Isn't it beautiful? I'm so touched by this gift,
Lauren. Thank you so much!!
Here's my huge stash of wooly worms that
There is the most gorgeous range of
colors here. I am so happy. I just need the
proper hook and backing, a pattern and I'm good to go. There are some wonderful bloggers like Lauren that have done tutorials on rug hooking from start to finish. I should
be able to do a small ruglet or mug mat.
Right now Polly Daggett's sampler has me consumed, it's for my first giveaway you know, in case you gals forgot.
So, I got hardly any response on the framing
question. Should I frame under glass or not?
Let me know, primmies. It's going to be YOUR sampler, one of my followers! ~~~~~
I'm intending to get some stitching done on
the sampler tonight, depending on how I feel
I hope to get at least a few rows done.
Whatever you are doing tonight, enjoy your
evening and be warm and safe.
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