My wife passed the gallstone yesterday and the doctor today says she doesn’t need anymore surgery! Now maybe she’ll be able to recover in peace. I swear she’s had more symptoms from this disease (can you call giant gallstones a disease?) than anyone who’s ever had it in the history of gallstones. At least it […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
In a great fit of irony my wife’s GI tract decided to develop post-op symptoms almost immediately after I posted Gallbladder Removal and Project Bernini. She’s now vomiting and has diarrhea as well as “gallstone like symptoms” like severe gas and stomach cramps. She’s definitely going to miss Knit Nite, which is disappointing, though she’s […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Those of you who’ve been reading my blog up to this point are probably wondering what happened to my wife’s gallstones mentioned in my post on Gallstones and Influenza. Well, I’m happy to report that she’s had her surgery and her gallbladder has been successfully removed. It was a more difficult surgery than they anticipated, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The knitting store Knit in Roslyn, NY is hosting a wine and cheese party for the Long Island Yarn Crawl on Friday, March 20th from 6pm – 8pm. I’m going to be there during that time to: 1. enjoy the wine and atmosphere, and 2. sign my article in people’s copies of the new Vogue […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I’ve been a little quiet for the past couple of weeks but not without reason. Let’s start with the more recent: I’ve had the flu. It isn’t Influenza A or B, but we’re pretty sure it’s C or E, not that that means anything. Well, it’s meant I’ve felt pretty crappy for the past […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
For Christmas last year I got my wife a Rigid Heddle Loom, kind of. I got her the loom for Christmas, but it didn’t arrive until last week (something about a heddle being on backorder). Now, if you were to ask me what a rigid heddle loom actually is, I wouldn’t be able to tell […]Continue Reading... No Comments.