Thank you so much for your lovely messages yesterday, I really appreciate it. I woke up at 4am feeling awful, Richard got up and made me tea and gave me some remedies to try and help me feel better. He’s so sweet, I’m grateful for him every day he’s so kind and thoughtful. I felt much better when it was time to get up. Kye had come through to our room early this morning with a blocked nose and sore eyes, he also woke up feeling a little better. This flu has been relentless in its quest for domination and I don’t have much time for it. I’ve just made a pot of chicken and ginger soup for lunch, I’m sure this recipe from Nourishing Traditions will work its magic and have us all feeling right as rain in no time. I love this book, it’s filled with wonderful recipes and information for healthy eating and well-being.
I finished sewing up the Recovery Blanket this morning and sewing in all the ends. This blanket has been such a lovely healing journey for all of us. I gave it to my mom and she is so pleased with it. We are all very grateful to everyone who sent pieces for this very special project. I’ll be making a second blanket as there are still so many pieces remaining, so my mom will have two:)
My mom has been staying with us since my dad passed away in August last year, she has just bought herself a lovely apartment in a retirement village just around the corner and is ready to slowly move forward with her life. It will be so strange without her here but she seems quite excited to become a part of this new community and I’m happy for her. We will all be helping with the big move next week and Caiden is so excited to have sleep-overs at Granny’s new home.
Happy Yarn Along.
PS If you haven’t entered the giveaway from Natural Yarns yet go here, today is the last day.