Well. Last week was an interesting week!
It looked as though it was going to be quite normal but as the Monday progressed It became obvious that all was not well.
In fact I really didn’t feel anywhere near my best at all – and had no inspiration to pick up the hook to continue with anything. As the day went on I felt worse and worse. So, when I was whisked off to hospital by ambulance on Tuesday morning I have to admit it was with relief.
Fortunately the problem was soon sorted. Drugs for my thyroid interfered badly with my heart rhythm. Lots of tests later it was confirmed that there was no damage, but it’s taken a while to get back onto an even keel.
Just as things started to be easier, though, we heard that our daughter had been taken into hospital. She’s still there snd has been really poorly. Thankfully, tonight, she seems to have turned the corner.
What little crochet has occurred has involved the daily squares for End of Lockdown blanket and the few stitches that are added daily to the rounds for the Temperature Blanket.
I’m hoping to be back in a day or two with another yarn review, and stories of some progress on other projects.
I hope your week had fared better. See you soon.
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So glad to hear that you are OK and wishing your daughter a speedy recovery.
Brisbane went into a three day lockdown before Easter due to people not behaving and doing the wrong thing – and we have had two weeks of masks (which finishes tomorrow) – and now I admire people who have lived through the lockdowns even more (the lockdown didn’t affect us – only the mask wearing). I know K&M have been wearing masks for over a year now – a small price to pay for the safety it gives – but I am so ready to hang up my mask – roll on tomorrow !!!
Take care and stay safe xox
Thank you Linda. Yes. Those masks are not going to be missed – no matter how pretty they are. I’m sure localised lockdown is a good idea, but with so many people commuting here I’m not sure how it would work. Some travel vast distances each day. Take care xx
Very glad to hear you and your daughter are on the mend!!
Take it easy!
Thank you. Soon be back to ‘normal’. Hope you are ok?