… you can write a grocery list.
… you can download five songs onto iTunes.
… you can forgive someone.
… you can change your clothes three times, shoes twice.
… you can eat a cup of Tiramisu from Porto’s.
… you can walk to the mailbox and remember the smells of spring mixed in with the scent of night.
… you can imagine what a skein of yarn may become.
… you can finish a knit sweater that’s been awaiting a good wash and warm blocking.
… you can tell three people and one cat “good night”.
… you can collect all the cups and trash around the house.
… you can make extensive plans for the next couple of weeks. *
February Lady Sweater
Dream In Color Classy: Chinatown Apples
Mods: I was working with three lighter skeins and two darker ones so I worked the darker skeins into the yoke and bands. Ended up with about a 1/2 skein. Knit only two button holes, (still looking for the perfect buttons).
* I will be away from this space for at least two weeks. My Dr. has decided I’m a good candidate for ECT and I will be staying at Cedars-Sinai while participating in their inpatient treatment. While I know this is a very controversial treatment I also know that this is something I must do. Prozac, Lithium, Wellbutrin, Celexa, Klonopin, Ativan, Depakote, Seroquel, Geodon, Effexor, Abilify, Navane, Zoloft, Paxil, Remeron… I have tried them all. This is truly my last option. And with the research I have done, there is one thing I have now.
Take care of yourselves until I get back. And thank you, for giving me hope.