I try to keep him comfortable. He doesn't eat much at meals. He would rather eat sweets. At least he eats something. He drinks 2 - 3 "breakfast" drinks a day. They have soy in them, but he seems to tolerate them well.
I had a brief stomach "flu" last week. Chills, headache & vomited. Thankfully, it only lasted 2 days.
I've finally finished the double knit vest I started last March. Notice that the vest is reversible. One side of the vest is striped, with grey designs. The other is grey with multi-colored designs. This vest was quite a challenge. I had to restart the work 5 times before I had the stitches cast on in the correct order. Each row required my complete attention.
|Double knit wool vest|
John complained several times that my knitting was keeping me from paying attention to him when he spoke to me. Truthfully, his voice is now so soft that I can not understand him with the TV on. His speech is slurred. Hard to understand. Josh has the same issue. I know this is very frustrating for John.
I also finished a finger woven sash for our friend Lloyd Lindley. He was very happy with it.
This wool sash is about 7 feet long. I'm pleased with the finished product. It two ends match very well.
Last Thursday (2/8) we had several ladies over. Just to chat & knit. I spun for about an hour. We had a nice potluck lunch. Barbara Skiles brought a surprise for me from her sister Betty Relph. These little corn husk dolls!