Wednesday, February 13, 2013


So, I don't have a lot of craftiness to show you.

I survived two shows of the play.  The parents loved it.  The elementary loved it.
I finally have all the costume bits and props put away.

Today, I went to the Capitol with my students.

I got to meet Sen. Carter, who was impressive at managing a room of 6th graders.

I do not have mono.  The verdict is some kind of random virus.  So, I'm still tired. I also pulled my back taking the set apart. Blarg.

I am knitting a shawl.  But I have to take a break because my hands are sore from trying to knit nups.'s back to sewing.  Going to try to get some done tomorrow.  Pics then, I hope.


Flying Blind... said...

Promise you will have a little rest xxx

Katy Cameron said...

Yay for surviving the play and for not having mono! Hopefully a good weekend of sleep will help...

PS, not surprised the senator was good at managing the kids, isn't that what members of government are all like? ;o)

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Michele said...

Glad the mono test was negative but another one to have checked is Ebstein Barr virus. It is similar to mono but can stay in your system for years. Glad the play went well. Feel better soon and enjoy some sewing time when you can.