Almost finished with the Promenade Shawl.
All this knitting is happening because Julie is still in Denver in the hospital.
The news last night, set to the background of Julie crying over the cell, was that the manor is reluctant to take her back as her "home" because she is on an IV. But the IV is only temporary, we hope, and she should be on oral medications shortly. Does this mean Julie will need to find another nursing home placement? Will another nursing home here in the home town take her on, or will there be further reluctance because of her complications? (She does require lots of assistance in turning in bed, electronic lifting into her motorized wheelchair, bathing, help with her two ostomy care bags, daily wound care, etc.) Need I go into further detail?
So instead of biting my nails, I have turned to reading (again, PomPom, I am into the Tuesday readings with help from the Paraclete) and knitting, and even getting a haircut yesterday and planning on coffee with friends this morning.
And Julie stews in Denver at hospital. Pray hard, friends, for answers to her placement here in Grand Junction.