I have been reading your prior posts about the Eris V-Neck. Do you think the cardigan version would go better?The pattern is packed away. So, without looking at the pattern to verify this is true, I think knitting the cardigan would eliminate the unappreciated stitches joining the right and left sides of the collar.
Linda asked . . .
Have you thought about those doggy steps?After checking three different pet stores and finding nothing, I came home and ordered these steps.
If I had read Shelly's and Bliss's comments first, I would have ordered a ramp instead. The vet suggested steps, and I didn't think to consider anything else.
Sunny's x-rays showed spondylosis, excessive bone production that occurs between spinal vertebrae in dogs. Two of her lumbar vertebrae are all ready fused together and her entire spine is showing excess calcium deposits.
Even when her current acute back problem is healed, her jumping and twisting will continue to be restricted.
Much to my sadness, there will be plenty of opportunity to install ramps for her.
Birdsong asked . . .
When is the next grandbaby visit scheduled?April 19 for a week.
I also have plane tickets for another week starting June 16. Mom/Great-grandma is going with me for that trip.
In August, I'd like to fly into some city west of Idaho and do some driving and sight seeing of beautiful Washington while working my way east to Idaho. Or maybe fly into some city in Montana and drive west to Idaho. I'd like to keep it around 200 miles from Post Falls/Coeur d'Alene. Any suggestions?
I know this is not the knitterly thing to say but seeing God's creation is my primary reason for doing this, not yarn store visits.
Someone asked (but they were too polite to leave a comment). . .
When are you going to lose those last 5 pounds and get the bunny on your sidebar through those flowers?It was so easy to stop dieting and it's so hard to think about starting again.
I think I've maintained my loss, but I haven't weighed myself in several months.
Next Wednesday I will weigh myself, reset the rabbit if necessary, and see if I can hop him along a bit before I leave for Idaho.