Hospital Waiting.

Knitting keeps my life from unraveling!

I’ve spent a lot of time waiting at Local Hospitals for surgeries, physical therapy, and other necessary visits.

Yesterday was another one of those events as Tracy went in for back surgery. Lamendectomy/spinal decompression was the procedure, relieve pressure on the spinal cord and Sciatic nerve.

It was all a success. I started and completed another mini-stocking for the Christmas Market and Tracy got cured of the pain.

Mini-stocking for Coal

I only have 11 days to market, but he has 14 days to the next Dr. Appt. To be cleared to drive and 6 weeks before he can go back to full exercise.

It’s supposed to snow tomorrow. I went grocery shopping after bringing him home from the hospital. I’m ready for snow – the peace and quiet and the lack of activities – will give me time to finish up beaded snowflakes and knit stockings.

My life will stay neatly woven together.

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About Jana Hassett

Growing up a Friday the 13th baby can be stressful without permission to use your magic wisely. But my journey has been full of once-in-a-lifetime adventures and a joy (for the most part). I've raised two daughters; have two grandchildren; created my own very successful line of beadwoven jewelry and ornaments; had leadership positions in political organizations; worked for a member of Congress; been a Journalist with a weekly column; a Book Reviewer; and now a Blogger. Over time this blog will contain my writings, book reviews, magazine articles, and ramblings (known as a platform) I'll use for the Historical Fiction I've started writing. Please ask questions, make comments, and suggest writing ideas. I value your input and ideas.