I am almost ready for Christmas, how about you? All I have to do is help Santa with the stockings and get a gift for Paul and then I am done. WHOOOOHOOOO! The kids are getting excited about Christmas, what a wonderful time of year.
Shannon, your card is hanging on the wall, but the envelope I am afraid had a different fate. I did not keep the envelope, nor did I think to take down address from it, that would have been far to logical for me.
For those who asked the Wheel was held here at Sorrento Centre. It is only about an hour drive from Kamloops, it is a pretty drive it is not far from where Paul and I got married.
Today was my first day at work since the wheel, it was a good day. I had to work hard not to take on anyone's energy and emotion but with focus I did it. I felt better when I got off work, I felt like me instead of everyone else. I don't know if that makes any sense at all. It takes concentration now to do this, but soon it will become natural to let people heal themselves and keep my energy and ego out of the whole process.
You all remember that Paul is learning to play hockey? And of course you remember the pictures I promised the last time I went to see him play? Well I am going to watch him again tonight, I will take the camera along and see if I can capture some good moments for you. This is the last session of this hockey class so they are going to play a game. It should be very entertaining.
On the knitting front I am having a bit of a panic about the baby blanket, I just realized Theresa is due in less than 2 months. Please remind me of the following the next time I knit a blanket of any sort: Large needles & Fat Yarn. Thank you.
I am just about to start the heel on my second sock. I am trying to knit it a little tighter than the last one, I think the first one was a little loose. It is my first pair, if they are not a perfect match I don't care. They will have character, and since when are hand made things supposed to be perfect?
Never you mind why I am working on the sock when the baby blanket is tick-tick-ticking away. But if you really need to know the sock travels with me and gets a row here and there. The baby blanket stays at home, where I never seem to be.