Thursday, August 23, 2007

I went back to school today to begin the task of getting ready. For 2 months I have done virtually nothing but fun, so, after 2 hours in school I felt like I was run over. All I did was move desks, chairs, books, tables, and computers. I'm going to P.T. tomorrow for my last visit and hope I haven't done any damage to my back. I'd hate to backpedel after going twice a week all summer.
So for tonight I will sit with ice, watch TV, and have needles in my hands.

6 comments:

NH Knitting Mama said...

Well, enjoy your downtime knitting tonight!

Gnat said...

I made it through my first week with the kids(middle schoolers) back and man all I want is a weekend full of sitting and watching movies and knitting but NOT YET. I have to move from the apt I've lived in for two year into a house. :) I'm so excited but I'm already exhausted. :) I'm off to knit for a couple minutes before I go to bed. We had open house tonight. Good luck with getting back to school and your back.

bobbi said...

enjoy you sitting time.
hope you don't backpedal that would be awful
my view is a lake, and you are right in the winter it is beautiful, a fresh snow on the tree branches is so nice.
those people that live south, they don't know what they are missing. LOL!

Emily said...

I hope your back is ok! And wishing you no tornados during the first week of school! ;)

BeadKnitter said...

Hi! Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog. I really appreciate it. I wanted to email you, but can't seem to locate an address for you, so I'm leaving my message as a comment. You wanted to know about cabling without a cable needle. Yes, I did the whole sweater back without any kind of cable needle. It's a technique I've just learned and I absolutely love it. You can find a tutorial here: http://www.grumperina.com/cables.htm

There is a brand new book that's come out titled "Cable Needle Freedom" that is about this too. I've ordered it from Knitpicks. Should be here in a day or two. Will post a review on the blog after I've looked at it.

Take care,
Linda Jo aka The BeadKnitter

Dorothy said...

Have a great first week back at school! I remember all the work it is to get ready!

Good luck!