Airport week
Saturday December 08th 2012, 9:48 am
Filed under: Family,Knitting a Gift

We got home 2:30 am Texas time, no blog last night. My laptop was indeed still plugged in at home. Phew.

You know how I never put anything in the front zipped part of my rollaboard for fear the bag will then exceed the maximum dimensions there and have to be checked? And how I carefully put the two ziploc bags of knitting-related material at the top of the smaller bag? (Hah. I can finally type without dealing with an Iphone autocorrect, it’s ziploc, not ziplock.)

At some point immediately before we went to the airport I must have decided the small bag was too full and moved it into that never-used zipped part of the bigger bag after all. So there it was. I always figured it must have fallen out when I pulled my knitting out of the smaller bag.  My sister-in-law now has her blue silk shawlette and there were the hats and I managed to cast off the light-gold silk for her just before we had to go. When we left it was drying spread across the long guest bathroom counter at the grandparents’.

Now to go pick up Michelle from the airport. She was in Japan on a business trip this past week, and was close enough to the 7.3 earthquake to feel it. There are stories to hear. And a week’s worth of email to catch up on.

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Comment by Don Meyer 12.08.12 @ 10:37 am

I hesitate to comment in case you feel a need to reply (ie please DON’T!) Hope you can catch up on rest after all the events in your life these past few weeks. I do look forward to hearing Michelle’s story about the most recent quake, if you blog about it.

May the run-up to the holidays be peaceful for you!

Comment by LynnM 12.08.12 @ 10:54 am

Was Richard’s phone there too?

So glad you found the treasures in time to gift!

Comment by Channon 12.08.12 @ 12:34 pm

Yay for finding those finished objects!

Comment by RobinM 12.08.12 @ 2:43 pm

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