Yes, it’s the same picture because I finished it on my lunch hour at work and gave it to her so I didn’t get a finished picture, I know, I’m bad. She was so surprised and held it close and said, it’s so warm. I hope it will give her many days of warmth and comfort.
I’m starting another shawl, but this will be the one that I’m spinning the cria (baby alpaca) for a friend just because. I have one skein and a spool on the wheel that I need to spin more onto and then ply it so that will give me 2 skeins. I will need 3 maybe 4 skeins for this shawl. It’s one I’ve done before, the Wisp shawl. It’s light and very pretty. I think light and airy for the warmth of the alpaca would be good, because alpaca is very warm.
I’ve been so moody this week, and then it hit me why, today would have been my youngest son’s birthday. Happy Birthday son, I miss you.
I had to take Thor to the vet’s last week end. He’s having some bowel issues and they put him on anti-biotics and a steroid. She said if he’s better after the round of anti-biotics (the steroid is in the anti-biotic) then it was a helobactor infection and he should be fine, and that is my hope. If not and it comes back then it was an inflammation problem and the steroid was taking care it in the lower colon area, and she will try a different anti-biotic for the lower bowel and see if that takes care of it, and if not then she will have to do a biopsy to see what is going on. Poor Thor was not a happy camper about getting his temperature taken (he had a sore bottom) – this was his first trip to the vet and I don’t think he likes vets now :P. I’m glad I had a some savings, and it took it all. This is why I don’t recommend ferrets to those who do not like to spend money at the vet’s office as the ferrets get older, because you will. I have my own health check up’s coming soon and when all the free wellness checks that my health insurance takes care of for the year are done, I will be dropping my health insurance so that I can use the premiums I was paying for to take care of Thor. He comes first. Other than the free wellness checks (and they cover a lot of things), it was more of a catastrophic insurance plan, because it doesn’t pay for anything until I’ve spent $5,000 out of my own pocket, except for the wellness stuff.