This entry is continued on Friday March 29. We have had a trip to the Dr. and then an emergency consult to a surgeon since my start yesterday. Thankfully the problem is contained, and the recovery will be slow but sure. This resulted from Omer's skiing accident nine days ago. Life has a way of changing all of our plans.
An interesting thing happened with me last night after we returned from the hospital. Although the hour was late, I was infused with a burst of energy. This allowed me to sort out all of the black strings contained in my wool scraps for hooking, as well as fusing leaves for the cot quilt. The hooking project has been put away till next week when I will hopefully be able to meet with my old group again, for an evening of camaraderie and progress on the little project.
I can't believe that time is skitting by so fast. I have started this post twice, but with many interuptions, it is Easter Sunday, and I am still writing.
HAPPY EASTER to everyone. I'm sure there are many little ones, and some not so little ones who are enjoying chocolate today. We are enjoying leftover turkey today. Yesterday we gathered at the moores to share a meal. It feels so good to be in the company of those we love. The turkey was tender and ever so moist. Everything else was delicious too. We have had such good results when we rub the exterior of the poultry with olive oil, then cover it with a piece of muslin soaked in oil. Basting every half hour, and uncovering the bird about 30 mins, before the cooking is finished. Not one failure on record.
No it wasn't this chook on our dinner table. I've always liked whimsical
This african violet is providing us with additional colour at this time.
Before I finish for the day, I'll add a photo of my grandson Seamus and one of their dogs, Henry. They are both very sweet.
I will close the book for today