It's Been Quite The Time
After some knitting Miko walked in with this. Since I'm trying to eat more healthy I didn't want a cake. Jennifer had asked me what I wanted and I said I can have melon. This is the most gorgeous thing I have ever seen and the fruit was delicious, not just nice to look at.
I can't even put into words how much fun I had. I got tons of knitting time in. I'm almost finished with the second Sweet Dreams Baby blanket. Then I just cracked up as Amy serenaded us with a song she wrote. I just love her uke. It's small but it has really nice sound.
I am so lucky to have a husband that didn't mind me spending my birthday away from home. It really was the best birthday. I didn't go overboard with spending either. I just bought 2 skeins of Tanis laceweight yarn that I've been drooling over for way too long and figured what better time to bring it home than my birthday.
Today I spent the day up at Gemini Fibres taking an exotic fibre spinning class. We played with camel, silk and alpaca. I didn't bring my wheel with me because I wasn't feeling too well this morning so I used the Schacht Lady Bug they had at the shop. I tell you, it took every ounce of strength I had not to put a down payment on that wheel. It is a dream to spin and we really got along. The only thing I don't like are the hooks. I might get over that you never know. I really want that wheel but it will have to wait. These are two small skeins I managed to spin. The one on top is pure alpaca that was in roving form (I think) and the other was stuff we combed and had some silk blended with it.
Paul, Joseph, and I were going to go to Montana's for dinner tonight but I am so dizzy we are going to put it off to tomorrow. I'm not happy that Bonamine is no longer available in Canada. Now to figure out what else I can take when I have an attack since I can't take Gravol. Tomorrow I get to wear the birthday hat at Montanas since I promised Joseph I would. Pictures to follow. I'm sure I will look like a complete dork. Oh well, you only live once.