I am home again, after four and a half weeks with Pam & John, they are now on their own and doing great. John has no more restrictions, and is building his strength. Pam is still on crutches, but is mending, and getting around a little better. Between the two of them, and with the help of their kids, they are a good team. I went back for the day, and may do that again just to catch them up on chores. It is great to see them more independent and to be in my own home again.
Our cousin, Steve is getting married this weekend, so Pam and I joined forces to gift him and his bride Jennifer with some hand-crafted things.
A pretty package went off day before yesterday, so they should have it before the big day.
Pam embroidered some dishtowels, and I knit some dishcloths, and added a couple of bottles of liquid hand soap.
The close ups are of Pam's beautiful embroidery.
Did you notice the new look Pam has given us? Those are her ducks at the farm.
It is good to be back to crafting and thinking about other things. We are all so grateful for family and friends, and for all the prayers and blessings that have happened along the way. Even the weather cooperated and I didn't have to brave the snow and ice on the mountain roads between here and there.
The roses are still blooming here... and the fall colors are so beautiful. Thoughts turn to Thanksgiving and all the things we have to be thankful for. When I was walking O'Reilly this morning, two different formations of geese flew over us. They were very low, and you could hear the air rushing through their wings, and their honking calls. I love autumn.