Once again ... unable to do what I want ... time to tame "Cranky" the dragon and get busy!
Elizabeth Zimmermann. We never met, but her books were and still are my knitting lifeline. Our relationship began in 1980 when a friend lent me her book, Knitting Without Tears. She has been by my side through out my 32 years of knitting! And any accomplishments I may have had in my knitting ... I credit her.
In February, as my surgery date approached, my anxiety increased. I am sure that is normal, to distract myself I spent a ton of time dillydallying on the internet. Yep ... it involved just a bit of retail therapy.
Bird Brain Designs' blog, and one day they featured a pattern that I just could not resist.
Eggs on Parade ... when I saw it ... I knew I had to have it ... that it would be just the medicine I was going to need while recovering from my surgery! It just oozed the feelings of happiness and hopefulness, and I was needing both!
Do what you love! Let those breezes blow! Do dillydally!