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For me, this was another quiet week. For jebra, not so much. We're both fighting off side-effects of the shingles vaccines we had last week (not feeling great and feeling as run down as if we'd had the flu), and he felt poorly enough he didn't want to travel north to see his folks and brother. If he'd gone he'd have missed the Dorsai meeting on Zoom. I thought that would take a couple of hours. It took six. I guess they got a lot done but I'm not a Dorsai and don't know what all they were taking about. I was allowed to join the meeting about an hour from the end to hear a presentation about COVID-19.
I spent nearly all of Saturday on my corner of the couch, working on crochet. Sunday was a combination of crochet and laundry.
Monday was work followed by crochet, and Tuesday was a trip to the dentist for a cleaning followed by work, then home for the first official guild meeting of the year. We were given a virtual tour of a lovely yarn shop (Wool & Honey) in the tiny community of Cedar, Michigan. They have some stunningly beautiful yarn and I now want to visit the shop the next time we venture that far north.
Scrapbook papers & elements from the kit Bohemian Breeze
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