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July 26, 2012

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Kim

Oh, my --- do you need anything from me pre- or post-op? I am here for anything.

Marj

My sister once brought me mill ends on cones from Pendleton. Someday I WILL learn how to use that knitting machine.

Knittinbrit

So sorry to hear about your illness. Should we start making guesses at how many books you will read during your down time at home, little miss speedy reader?!

I'm jealous that you got to go to the Pendleton Mill. I'm a huge. Fan of Pendleton blankets. I consider mine a necessity during our cold winters. I went to an exhibit a few years ago to see a colllection of blankets at the local art museum. It was stunning. Very inspiring. Steve insists that I don't need to follow suit. He's seen my yarn stash and is afraid of my my collective issues.

Kathleen

Oh my! I hope the surgery goes tickety-boo and recovery is a snap (or as much of a snap as possible, anyway). That's gotta be some good knitting opportunity there, though, right? (Silver lining, silver lining...)

mrspao

I hope your op goes ok. Sounds like you had a great trip.

Chris

Sounds like a good trip, but yikes about the operation!! Do they have any idea what caused the spondylolisthesis???

Stacey

Blech! Plenty of knitting time? Unless they give you good pain pills, then STAY AWAY FROM THE WOOL! Just sayin'.

Hey! Since I can't find my address book, can you email your address again?

teabird

Oh, damn, Carrie!

Purty pictures, though.

Big Alice

Glad that you had a good trip! But yikes, sorry to hear about the health problems. I hope the surgery goes well and that you heal quickly.

They sell yardage at the Pendleton outlet store here in Portland. I could hook you up. You know, in case you need a wool fix.

Cheryl S.

Oh, no! I'm so sorry about your back. Hope everything goes well. Does all that recuperation time mean you'll have time to come up with a FO?

Nicole

Good luck with the recuperating! I'm sure everything will be fine.

Also, that last book sounds like a keeper. I must look it up!

lorraine

Carrie- Bummer about the surgery, but at least it isn't arthritis, and you can knit.

I love Pendleton blankets.

Cookie

I love your mother. She DOESN'T drive like a little old lady!

xoxox

Aarti

Oh, hope the surgery goes well and that the recovery period is full of reading and knitting!

The Protege sounds fabulous! Have you read of Christopher Fowler's series about two octogenarian detectives in London? Quite good, too!

kmkat

Oh, good grief! My husband just had spinal surgery 2 weeks ago (L5-S1 fusion) and I am oh-so-familiar with the recovery. Are you going to stay with your mom? Because you will need 24hr care for several weeks after you come home. Laptop w/ wi fi, Hez to snuggle, no knitting until after the pain meds. E me if you want.

So. No fall busy season for you, then?

Mary Lou

Crap, Carrie! I hope they give you good drugs! But only garter stitch on those...at least your trip was fun. Was that a Prius dashboard? Me, I have a lead foot.

Knitnana

Oh-my-goodness!!! OY! Surgery? Hon. I'm so sorry...Will be thinking of you.
(((hugs)))

Rachel

Sending healing thoughts your way :)

Angie

Those are nice blankets! Oh, I didn't like reading the part after the lo and behold! How soon do you go in? I'm sending thoughts for rapid and complete healing your way! HUGS.

Straws are good for beverages. Stream some old Castle episodes. Get in some good naps. :D

Thanks for the book discussion. I'm definitely looking for good portrayals of women over 30.

Stefanie

Glad you had a nice trip, but oh, your poor back! Hopefully recovery time will allow for lots of knitting and reading. So Charles Yu's book is good? I've been wondering about it, haven't seen too many people reading it but just the title is tempting me.

Brigitte

Well I'm glad you're having the surgery! It needs to be done, and you'll be so much better for it. :D When are you going in?! (Mine's in less than 2 weeks!)

Jocelyn

Gorgeous photos! I haven't been to Idaho in years, but I remember loving it.

Good luck with the surgery. Having had back surgery, I can tell you that it's worth giving yourself all the recommended recovery time and more. When do you go in?

Rachel

okay, now i see a post on why you were in the hospital although I have no idea what that long word means. I'll have to look it up but I'm guessing it is back related.

Now...granted I was in the field in western washington at the time but that's beside the point. you drove through eastern oregon and didn't tell me?!?!?

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