Before we start, let me explain that I am once again having some issues leaving comments. Rest assured this is on my end. You will probably get an email from me with my comment because I can’t be silent on this end. I love to leave you comments.
Okay …away we go!
*Did you get or give flowers this weekend, Mothers Day weekend?
*Did you send your loved ones off with the same phrase every day?
*Can you watch a commercial? Or do you have to flip or speed through?
*How many blogs do you read regularly?
*Have you had a dream about knitting?
*What is the total number of live stitches in your work bag now?
*Name a meatless meal-
*Number of times you have moved since you have been 21.
*Chips or popcorn?
*Last piece of advice someone gave you that you didnt like!
Here are my answers:
*I gave flowers to two lovely ladies. One in her 80s , one 90 that we were able to visit with over the weekend. Just a small pot of cyclamen, but they seemed thrilled. Fireman also gave me a lovely hanging basket of New Guinea Impatients. Red!
*I would tell my kids as they got on the bus, “Be a good listener!” every day.
*I can watch commercials. Fireman just cannot. He flips and flips and avoids them. Usually he is interested in two channels at once so he is just trying to catch up on both. Sigh. Too much work. I’m busy counting stitches and knitting. 🙂
*I read about 25 of your blogs daily. And I love my blog reading time.
*I sometimes dream that my knitting is all a muck and I cannot pack it up at all. I am moving somewhere and I cannot get my knit stuff packed. This is odd because when we moved I knew exactly where my yarn was at all times! (with me mostly)
*Live stitches: 60 on the scarf so far, and 48 on the socks I started this weekend!
*Meatless meal: Quiche. But it is too many points and I dont eat it anymore.
*I have moved 3 times since 21. Chicago, to Glenview , Illinois, to Wisconsin.
*Popcorn, these days. Chips are too many points. Ah chips I miss you
*Well meaning and truly lovely ladies told me to be patient as my mother dies. I didnt’ like this advice. I nodded and thanked them. But inside: Im done being patient. Being a nurse resulted in seeing many many deaths. I have a different perspective because of nursing. If someone asks my advice on this in the future, I may say, “Be angry! Go ahead. It is easier!” And thank you all for the loving support. I do feel it and it is hugely helpful.