One of the
librarians media specialists at my high school bought me a present. She said that she saw this, thought of me, and just knew that I would love it. This is my new knitting bag.
Do you know what those numbers are?
It's the Dewey Decimal System number for knitting books!
I love it! :-)
On Friday night, Kelson's girlfriend Caitlin and her mom decided that it would be fun to teach Kelson to ice skate. Ummm....yeah. I got a phone call at 8:30 that evening, and it went like this:
Kelson (with slightly shaky voice): Hi, Mom.
Me: What's the matter???
Kelson: Well, I'm okay, Mom, but....what hospital can I go to?
As it turns out, Kelson and ice skates do not get along just yet. He was just starting to get the hang of it when he did, by all accounts, a rather spectacular faceplant. He split open his eyelid, just below the eyebrow. Caitlin's mom is a nurse, and she drove him to the immediate care center, where I met them. If it would have been anyplace else, the doctor told me that it would have been 4-6 stitches. Since it was the eyelid, though, he glued it. This was the aftereffect on Saturday morning when he took the bandaid off:
Only my kid could need stitches from flat ice. :-Þ
Now she wants to teach him to ski....
My Dad just found a picture and sent it to me. This is my sister Michelle and me at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo in 1971
(anybody remember the original Monkey Island?)
Just for fun, here's a picture of the two of us that we took on Christmas Eve:
The cuteness just never fades! :-)
Be sure to pop over to Sabrina's
blog today and wish her a Happy 30th Birthday!!!