Of those that commented on Monday’s post, no one knew what design is on the afghan that shows up in my tree picture. Here’s a better picture of it (should be able to enlarge it by clicking on it). Do you see the kitty cats?
I had made this afghan for my mother-in-law (many, many years ago). When she passed (in 2001), I made sure to get it back (since her stuff was being given away). I love that thing. Hopefully she did too.
I saw my physician assistant (PA) yesterday and got that referral for physical therapy. He also suggested I take glucosamine chondroitin, to help with the cartilage (or lack thereof) in my knee. I have a feeling one of these days I’m going to be taking just as many pills as my hubby does. Except mine will all be supplements.
Have I ever mentioned I hate swallowing pills? Ugh.
I’m already taking iron, calcium, and vitamin D. I was taking magnesium, but I think that was the cause of my stomach problems (they have since ended since I stopped taking the pill—a pretty good indicator if you ask me). I know I wouldn’t have to take all those pills if I ate right, and maybe one day I will, but until that day…I’ll stick with the supplements.
Tomorrow night hubby and I will be taking my son’s girlfriend and her daughter to the Madrigal Dinner (held each year at
). Why aren’t
we taking my son? Well… He and daughter are performing as dancers (son used to
be part of the choir when he attended the college and before that he was one of
the trumpet players). It’s a nice Christmas party. Lots of music, singing, and
dancing (performance, not participatory). All the participants are dressed in
madrigal style (1500s?) garments, and the food’s not so bad, either. We’ve been
going since 2000 (man, that’s a long time!). Sure, it’s the same food and
usually the same skits, but it’s a fun time, plus I like seeing my kids in
action. Wright State
So… What are you up to this weekend? Shopping? Parties? Whatever, have a great one!