Auden came home from preschool today with a fever, curled up in the recliner, covered up, and crashed out. His teacher said that half the class was out sick today, so I'm bracing myself for catching whatever it is. The silver lining is that I'm already on a running-break after twisting my ankle at the end of Tuesday night's run (supposed to be 8mi, but only made it 7). My first running injury ever. By the way, a twisted ankle as a silver lining- that's maturity, right?
I haven't posted in awhile because we haven't really done anything interesting. Most notable: Half-off sale on Debbie Bliss (and Patagonia cotton) yarn at Wildflower this weekend. I may have added to my stash...
It had to be done. I have been drooling over the Liberty of London Tana Lawn fabric line at PurlSoho.com since December. When they offered it up in fat quarters, resistance was futile. It's so soft, I actually break it out to pet it every once in awhile. How amazing will that quilt be?
I think I've finally found a solution to the book problem. Kerouac. I've yet to read anything of his, and I don't know what to expect. I was gonna make a trip to Hastings today, but the whole sick child thing put a cramp in that. We don't have enough groceries to make it through an extended illness, but we do have enough yarn and fabric to carry us through (and that's what is truly important after all). Love, Sara