It's done! I finally finished the big blanket for my youngest daughter. It took a lot of work and time but her Packer emblem corner to corner graph afghan is done. In the picture on the left it is laying on top of my king size bed and a few inches hang over on the left and right side. At the bottom you can see the G better. With it across my bed, it hung down about a foot on each side. It was a big blanket.
It feels odd not having a BIG project to do. I've started an afghan for one of my nieces. I have a couple of other projects but I'm starting to wind down on the crocheting.
It might be time to work on writing again. I've started the next Wayfarer novel and am looking forward to where it will take me.
It's been an extremely busy few weeks. The two daughters in Atlanta came home for a weekend. We celebrated the youngest getting her master's degree. We are really proud of her. We had a family gathering at our house over the weekend.
It was good to have them home to get after Ken for doing too much. He still hasn't passed his kidney stone. He has good days and bad days. I'm hoping it passes soon so he is out of pain.
I did the middle daughter's taxes while she was home. This weekend I have more taxes to do. I'll have to tackle ours as well as doing two other people's taxes.
This month is zooming by with one thing after another. One of the things I'd like to stop is the ER and Urgent care visits. It would be nice if everyone could be healthy for maybe two or three weeks in a row so we don't have to go to either ER or Urgent care... I'm not holding my breath.
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