Tuesday, November 6, 2018

October in Review

Not a lot of anything happened here most of October. My time was spent taking care of my beloved Jack and trying to do all the chores. He was in a lot of pain with his feet which were also very, very swollen. They believe it to be diabetic nerve damage. However I did have a finish and another project going. The cross table cover i done and ready to go home as soon as I finish the angels. I am nearly there.
I am also working on my scarf. I should have gotten it done as the night's are to be pretty cold here this week.
And I have a project for our church. I am making a LOT of crosses for our linens we use.
Now onto some cute critters! First a cuddled up bunch of young squirrels.
A very pretty butterfly!
And a lazy, grumpy Sylvia!
Fall colors are really popping here this last week. I will have more to share later on. This is in our complex.




Thanks for visiting. I hope not to be gone so long this time. Jack is feeling a lot better although he still has some pain and swelling. Huggles and blessings.

8 comments:

Mary said...

You’ve been missed, you and Jack are in my thoughts and prayers, God bless you!

Marlene Jones said...

I am glad Jack is feeling better, its a worry when they are unwell. Love the colours in your scarf, they match the season colours.

Bean Meeks said...

As usual your crochet work is spectacularly beautiful, you do excellent work.
Sorry to hear Jack is under the weather, praying that he feels better soon.

Bean

Carol Slater said...

The fall colors have suddenly popped at our place too but I just have not gotten photos. Maybe before they are all gone.

Pen Wilcock said...

Your table-cover is so lovely, Michelle!

Hope Jack's feet are improving.

x

Pen Wilcock said...

Michelle, would you give my love to Diane Shiffer and Leslie Ainsworth? No special reason, just they were both in my thoughts today. I closed my Facebook a/c and so I lost touch. Just waving to you and to them from England. xx

PlainCatholic said...

We are keeping you all in prayers for good health. Poor Miss Sylvia is probably sad for Jack.

Your needle craft is beautiful!

rosey175 said...

You've had a beautiful October despite its trials! I hope Jack continues feeling better; that nerve damage stuff can be real painful. Your table scarf is wonderful and I wish you GOOD LUCK on all the crosses!

What a cute pile of squirrels hah.