The skein of navy kettle dyed superwash merino is finished.
I have 287 yards of fingering weight yarn which is enough to knit a pair of men's short socks.
We went to Bill's podiatrist today to get the bandages off. It was good to see the incision looking so well with a minimum amount of swelling.
The pathology report wasn't in yet which was very disappointing!
BUT they did surprise us with the announcement that they are going to put him in a cast for four weeks! Since what she found wasn't a bone spur but a growth around the tendon, she has to allow healing time for that tendon and the best way is casting.
We were a shocked.
This wasn't what we were expecting for recuperation expectations!
If we have learned nothing else, it is that God's ways very often lead in a different direction than we expect but it is always a better path.
Here's to the higher ground!