Today I had an unexpected outing to LSG*. There were egg sandwiches!! I had emailed about some information and an email came directed in a writing unexpected saying : Morning Tea!! So I fed The Labradors, had a shower and off I went. Have I said there were egg sandwiches? By the time I got back home after a trip to the supermarket and PO, it was 2-13pm. All my plans went out the window and I sat outside and read the new Delicious magazine and Peri and Lorelai Gilmore played.
This is what I usually see when I go to get the letters from the letterbox:
The Doctor Who ZippyUppy Cardigan is repaired. I tried to take better photos but Gilly ran across the cardigan every time, she would not be stopped. She's a wicked girl sometimes, and Peri is so good. Peri didn't walk over my cardigan at all. I can see where I grafted the left sleeve, but with a wash and a press I think it will be fine. The stripes look as if they have always been there!!
The Stargate Cardigan is midway through its transformation as well. I took out the zip, unravelled the button bands and cut off the ribbing and about 32 rows. Then I started knitting the ribbing down, increasing one stitch at the side seams every third row. I have no idea how this will actually work out, but in my mind I imagine it to be OK.
Tomorrow we don't go for a walk so I think I will make some crumble for MrsDrWho and maybe do a little more sewing. On Sunday I had another turn on her Wii. My Mii is wearing green and has dark glasses just like me. I am good at going down the river in a bubble, heading a soccer ball and the ski jump. We shall not discuss hula hooping!!!!
*This Wednesday is the very first Myeloma Day in Australia. It is a disease few people really know about and it is difficult to diagnose.