Riley is now at our vet, and will be until at least Friday. She is showing signs of improvement: she's noticeably less jaundiced, has gained a couple of ounces, has less bilirubin in her urine. They're still having to feed her with a syringe, but that is SO much better than a feeding tube. We miss her, but would prefer she stay with them until she is completely stable.
In addition to calling off all my travel plans for the rest of the year, I've also cancelled acupuncture for the time being. I wasn't having the best luck with it anyway, but that's another weekly cost that would have eaten away at the money I have.
And I'm still looking high and low for a job. Without any luck. Wonder if I qualify for unemployment again?
Just bought this bead from my friend Shannon. Not so clear in the photo, but the "sky" is swirly purple, like a storm. Just gorgeous, and so me. The plan is to make it into a pendant.
I've talked before about how impressed I am with Deborah Norville's sock yarn. For skeins that are marked as containing 230 yards, I can usually make a full pair of socks out of one skein. With these socks, I went a little longer on the body, and this is how much I got done before I had to tie in the second skein. It's just remarkable. And the colors are nice, and there's no reason to pay over $20 for sock yarn when you can get a pair out of a $5 skein.
Klunk misses his big sister. They share Hannah's room. And he loves to play with her swishing tail. Without her, he's had to turn to
Finn for his amusement. Sometimes Finn is willing to play along, sometimes not. We'll all be glad when Riley is back with us.