Time can fly by so quickly can't it.
Firstly an update on the gorgeous blanket. It's now big enough to keep my knees warm as I knit it, always a good thing.
So that has been consuming a lot of my time. Other than that I've had a bit of a week with Spot who needed the emergency vet on Saturday as she couldn't stand up, and has since been on anti-inflammatories and bed rest - she's not impressed! Huge improvement though and seems ok again now, although the vet has today said there is definitely impaired mobility around her spine/hind legs, but seemingly no pain, so difficult to locate the exact problem. We don't know what happened and are now going to get her off the meds to see if it happens again or what the situation is. Trouble with Spot is she only has two speeds:- Asleep and 100mph! there's nothing in the middle for her. We're trying to learn the command "steady" but I'm not having a lot of success . She's 9 years old, so not ancient by any stretch but also it could just be the beginnng of old age arthritis. I kind of hope it is rather than a nerve problem........ Oh well best just not to think about the possibilities until we know more.
So, there's been that to keep me busy (I've insisted on lots of spaniel cuddles!), a quick trip to London to see TJ Johnson and The Fallen Heroes on Sunday (that was fun :D) and a bit of house tidying as I have 11 knitters, spinners and sewers round on Saturday for a craft day. (Sewers as in with a sewing machine, not sewers as in underground pipework!) Not that the house tidying has got very far - I keep getting waylaid by dog cuddling. Oh well, I'm afraid I'm very much a "Take as you find" kind of girl, if none of them turn up to the next one I'll know the state of the house was a step too far! (it's not really that bad, just winter with a dog on house arrest and piles of yarn and fabric all over the place)
Right well it's getting dark here, so time to pull the curtains and get the knitting out........ 'Til soon xx