All night and morning I turned the problem at work over in my mind. I was all set to confront the person, but then the problem was slightly less bad and it wasn't worth the possible increase in bullying. Will continue to hold steady but I have some speeches prepared if I have to engage. One has lepers.
On the way home I went to the library, discovered my special request had arrived (Old Man's War) and also rented a video ("Dancing at Lughnasa"). I have been enjoying being part of a book club even if it is only on the knitting forum. Friday is library day - if it is there, I should use it. Made a trip to the grocery store next; I want to make crock pot lasagna this week. It might be wierd but it should be edible. Last adventure was to Kohl's to spend a $10 gift card. I didn't really have a plan but ended up with some cutting boards (bamboo, set of 3) that I can put to good use. The only one at home is a pull out from the cupboard and is likely original along with that 40's contact paper. Finally I can have a dedicated soap board!
Galen is helping type the blog today - he is laying across my arms as I try to type. It's pretty annoying... he must be thoroughly recovered from his dental surgery two weeks ago. I know he is sure a bottomless pit as far as kibble is concerned.
Baby cockatiels are hale & hearty, covered in yellow fluff and sporting crops full to bursting. I think they might just make it.
Put in a good row on Catkin today at lunch, the end is near at last. Unfortunately this is one of the fiddliest parts of the pattern, which is saying something as this is one of the most difficult patterns I've worked in some time... possibly ever.
End of a (dyeing) era
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