This week went by so very fast that I shall recap in bullet fashion....
* Stonewall Jackson and I quietly celebrated our 20th wedding anniversary. I am amazed - that's a whole lot of crazy shared between two people. I want 20 more. Yeah! I like him that much!
* By a strange course of events I managed to purchase a Nook for my Mother which included a fancy red leather case for 50 dollars!!!! Her signature color is red too. I gave it to her for her birthday. God is very good indeed.
* Ellie got a micro chip on Tuesday and her yellow id tag is huge.
* On Wednesday Ellie got into something on her 3 o'clock walk and her poor little face swelled terribly. Off to the vet we went. $75 bucks and one allergy shot later the swelling began to reduce. The doc thinks she might have been stung by a bee. There's no surprise since she chases them. Silly puppy.
* Ellie has gained almost a pound since her arrival making her a heavy weight at 6 lbs. even. Her coat is shiny and she shed her puppy coat which has been replaced silky black wavy hair.
* I finally finished my Plain Jane commission knit. Worked in Comfy Fingering. Love that stuff.
* Do you Lendle? My handle there is Knit Lounge. Feel free to friend me.
* J.K. Rowling announced that Harry Potter is coming to e-books! I can't wait. Though I'm sure it's going to cost a fortune to purchase the entire set. It's a good thing I have a job.
* I started a new sweater for my winter collection. Comfy Sport in Black. Lots of cables. Pictures to come.
* Somehow or another 20 lbs. of excess weight has attached itself to my petite frame. Scandalous. I have eaten every bit of junk food in the house and vowed not to buy anymore. I'm renewing my walking and bike riding again. Wish me luck, strength and determination. Mostly determination.
* I got a lovely bonus from my first and favorite Fetch and Carry Client and the money went straight to Knit Picks. Stonewall says money just does touch and goes in our bank account! I say that I am being a good citizen by keeping the money in circulation! After all it is good for the economy. I did my part, did you?