A person very close to me has spent the last eight nights here.
There has been a bit of a setback, and the discharge date has been pushed further out there. I value the privacy of my loved ones more than my own, so that is all that I will say for now. This is, of course, a knitting blog.
This hospital is about two hours away from my home. I have been driving a lot. But when I visit, there is time to knit. If you are a knitter like me, then you know that it is absolutely essential that I do knit when I visit.
My "Traveling Socks" are at 50%. I based the name on the name of the knitting pattern, "Route 66". I did not know when I chose the project name just how many miles I would be traveling with these socks.
My "Swirling Spectra" is also at 50%. "Spectra" is an extremely popular pattern by Stephen West. I created the project name to tie it in to all of my other Swirl knitting. I have 43 wedges of 86 completed.
I have a definite love/hate relationship with Noro yarn. Twice I wound up great lengths of beige-y neutral tones between the green and the blue. What a long length of beige is still there! But now I expect to finish with at least one more run of the pink and green. It will work out OK.
And I and my loved one will be OK, too. It will just take a little time. If I do not post very much these days, at least you have an idea of why. I truly am only 50% here. Or 50% anywhere.