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Sunday, August 12, 2007

Blame Aunt Fran

Since I am still not feeling quite normal (for me), I didn't venture out much this weekend. I did try my hand at wire crochet though. I'm blaming Aunt Fran for this. She showed me a cool crocheted necklace she made and inspired me to pick it up. So...I used a full spool of 32 guage wire and made these:

I woke up with an annoying coughing attack that didn't want to stop. I had thought about meeting my friend at the farmer's market this morning, but didn't make it.

Then later, I was feeling somewhat better, or at least I thought I I headed to the library to return a movie and have my fines forgiven (I love that they do this periodically at the library - this week only!). Anyway, I was perusing the mystery stacks when I realized that I was just inexplicably tired and felt an overwhelming need to sit down. I guess I'm not as recovered as I was hoping. And my ears still feel cloggy. I broke down and took another Sudafed this evening, hoping to clear the congestion.

Isn't my life exciting? may be a good thing that the exhaustion hit while I was at the library, because I was thinking about going back to the craft store for more wire and stuff. I hit the grocery store for some essentials and headed back home instead.

Tomorrow, it's back to work.


BellaKarma said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the bracelets! They are both in my favorite colors!!! LOVE 'EM! YAY TAMI!

Gimme a sign said...

Beautiful necklace and bracelets!

I hope that you are soon feeling better.

Fluffycat said...

Wow those bracelets are beautiful. I didn't even know you could crochet stuff like that. Very awesome.

Rest up and feel better.

Kristin said...

Cool, I like them and I finally updated my blog a little.

Christyn said...

Aww, hope you feel better Tami! Sounds like something is going around. Jim's parents came back from NY last week and they were both sick with colds. Blame NY!!

Those bracelets are very pretty! Who knew you could crochet those!

Dagny said...

You're trying to get me hooked on another craft, aren't you? Because you knew that there are two different bead shops in my neighborhood, right?

Lovely bracelets.