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Friday, March 30, 2012

Keeping On, Keeping On


The level of distractions ought to reduce now - the house sale has closed and mom has her money.  Unfortunately the work crew removing the asbestos insulation have damaged the ceiling in two places so now that needs to get fixed, too.  :(  But the pressure is off - the new owners know that the work needs to be finished but they will be able to start moving their stuff into the house and if they have any renovations they want to do, well, now they can go ahead and start their work.

Mom will start physiotherapy soon and is back on the list for knee replacement surgery.  In the meantime she says she can manage on her own without the light housekeeping service - at least until the next surgery.

This week was mostly taken up in scrambling to get paperwork dealt with.  There are still a couple more things that need to get taken care of, but I did get the small loom dressed and this afternoon wove off the first two towels.  Since the weather continues to be chilly the snow is taking a while to leave.  I'd hoped for rain to wash some of the dust out of the air and melt the snow, but the weather forecasters were wrong - again!

At least I've got this pretty spring green warp on the loom.  Think I'll go weave another towel - or two.

6 comments:

Kerstin på Spinnhuset said...

Nice touch with the little crocuses among the daffodils! ('cos the reddish and purplish *are* crocuses, aren't they?)
- today our spring flowers got snow "hats"...

Laura said...

They can be anything you like them to be. :^) Hard to complain about the sun shining, but we never did get the promised rain to wash the dust out of the air. :( And it's only going to get worse when they start sweeping the streets....sigh.

cheers,
Laura

Sandra Rude said...

Glad the house sale went through. And those towels are beautiful!

Laura said...

Me too - about the house - and I've really been enjoying the series of 'spring' towels. Need to get back to the Big Project, though!

cheers,
Laura

Syne said...

What a happy looking warp! Glad the dust is settling down, may the future be full of clean, bright, dust-free air.

Laura said...

While the metaphysical dust is settling, the actual is not. My allergies are going nuts. And pollen won't be far behind. As a season 'still winter' is pretty - um - nasty? :(

cheers,
Laura