Monday, July 27, 2009

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There are so many times I have formulated a post in my head, but then did not want to expose myself or family matters in this public of a setting.
So I will now proceed to insert activities my family and I have been doing, along with my crafty obsessions and projects.

First off, Baby Growing News:
She has started on cereal. Her bottom toofer is just breaking through. And all she does is smile.

I have an endoscopy scheduled for the middle of August to do a biopsy for an official diagnosis - ? Celiac. The bloodwork and genetics back it up, and so do the symptoms, we will know for sure soon.
A bit of health drama happening on the various generations of the in-law side. Barrett's Esophagus, a trip to the hospital, but everything is ok now.

I am in love with the Coventry Farmer's Market Nasturshum's in my salad greens, so fresh and tasty. Kettle Korn The package says on it "Warning - highly addictive substance" and they're not f***ing around. I love how we can just go and wander and sample.

This morning, blueberry picking with Mada. Sun, branches so laden with plump blueberries they bent to the ground. Yum!

I will be making these as soap holder/scrubbies. I am now obsessed with her happy colors and fun things on her site, check them out.

Knitting news: almost done sewing up the seams on the Drops Cardi, need to find good horn buttons. I also started the Melon Scarf from Victorian Lace Today. I am enjoying it so far, and not bored at all yet. 20 out of 60ish repeats!
Finished this today too!

Looking forward to seeing a dear friend on Monday, sounds like she is in just as bad of a rut as I am. I love her for so many reasons - the fact that no matter how long it has been since we have seen each other, we pick up as if we had never been separated; I love that we have a history with each other, which contributes to the profound trust I have with her; I can't wait to give her a hug.


Joansie said...

Oh, the kids are so precious. I love seeing updates on them.

Sorry that you are in a rut. Good luck with the endoscopy and the results. I had an endoscopy a year ago, stressed so much over it, and the procedure was quite easy...much better than a colonoscopy.

Perhaps the weather will get better and your mood will be filled with sunshine :>)

Knitnut,Karen said...

I can't get over how she's grown! The girls are beautiful! Hope all goes well with your tests. Will pray for good results!

livnletlrn said...

This too shall pass. Just keep working toward resolution of the tough stuff while enjoying the bajillion small victories, simple pleasures, and pure joys in your days.