Items knit for the CCTE auction.
2. Drop Scarf
3. Sock-It-To-Me-Gloves (links to Ravelry – must be a member to view)
Thanks Jami for taking the pictures and emailing them my way! 🙂 Right now I’m working on another drop scarf for my mom. She saw the one I made and asked me to make her one. I’m making it with Malabrigo, the same yarn I used for the Hurricane Hat. After this I have unfinished socks waiting for me on needles.
Today I had clinic at UCSF. The pulmonologist was in a great mood and my visit went well. I did a spirometry breathing test while I was there and my lung function has gone up! Yay for vocal cord surgery! The doctor also said that since I had the surgery and I’m able to eat well, we’re going to do a trail run. The next two weeks I won’t be using the tube feed, and if all goes well I can have it pulled. Woo hoo! Below is a picture of the tube feed machine/pole and my actual feeding tube. Pretty eh?
Has anyone seen the new drama series called Three Rivers? I saw it on tv last night, and I’m not quite sure how I feel about it. The show is about the transplant center/unit at Three Rivers hospital in Pittsburgh. Yes, another medical show to add to Grey’s Anatomy and Private Practice. My mom and I watched it, and her reaction was – it’s interesting but nothing like real life. Well yes, otherwise it would be very boring. I’m happy more people will know about transplants, but not sure how I feel about how they’re portrayed. We’ll see how the show develops.