I went poop farming on Sunday morning and harvested a lovely 9 bags of well-ripened horse manure from Wilson’s cousin’s equine friends. We are thinking about going into business, delivering this excellent poop all around the Twin Cities. It will be highly lucrative, I am sure.
And something that definitely didn’t poop me out - my mini mitered bag from Annie Modesitt’s on-line class. That woman is a great teacher in person and it comes through loud and clear in her on-line class. I loved looking at the videos any time of day over the course of the month, and in fact didn’t even use the pattern handout until I got clear to the edging of the bag. The class was like a video pattern! It was fun seeing what other folks were doing with their bags, and the on-line chats were a ton of fun. I used every scrap of my Black Water Abbey sportweight leftovers from my “Oh, Snap!” hat. See that little tail on the strap - the last yard of grey.
If I hurry I can get a little spinning in yet tonight. I’m never too pooped to spin.
P.S. L is doing well. Two of her three chest tubes are out and things are looking up. I am so happy and so relieved that R and family are seeing some good progress.