The day after the sun
Monday December 12th 2011, 12:05 am
Filed under: Knitting a Gift,Lupus

Wow, did I really get off this easy this time? A little joint inflammation that dissolved away like the ocean fog by mid-day, a little in the eyes–but no loss of vision this time. A few cardiac-cough spasms that gave up and went away and were nothing.  So far so good. So different from other sun-exposure episodes.

Thank you for your prayers and your Thinking Good Thoughts: to me, it all matters, whatever your religion or lack of it. It’s all love in God’s eyes. Caring makes the whole world blessed.

And so I am blessed by people I know and whom I wish I could. Again, thank you.

Tonight I finished the baby alpaca hat I began on that mountain.  When it is right it will tell me whose it is, and then it will go from being knit for the whole wide world to just one person in it. At its time.

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I’m so glad you were able to enjoy your memories of a wonderful day without major side-effects! It sounds like a marvelous day. And to have the chance to give not one, but TWO hats away? Awesome.

Comment by Pegi 12.12.11 @ 5:24 am

Hooray! Blessings abound.

Comment by Channon 12.12.11 @ 7:07 am

Blessings come when least expected, sometimes, huh? You being a ray of sunshine in so many lives, I thank God that the side effects were minimal from this wonderful outing. 🙂

Comment by Suzanne in Montreal 12.12.11 @ 9:39 am

Parker looks thoughtful.

“It’s all love in God’s eyes.” I wish everyone had that attitude.

Comment by Don Meyer 12.12.11 @ 9:59 am

so glad that you had no lasting problems from your outing! I think it’s a little extra protection imparted by your giving spirit — it’s all love in God’s eyes indeed

Comment by Bev 12.12.11 @ 10:05 am

A time and a place for all things.

Comment by Sherry in Idaho 12.12.11 @ 10:38 am

I was holding my breath and am so glad to release it in a relieved sigh. Knit on!

Comment by twinsetellen 12.13.11 @ 4:24 am

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