The friday feline foto-
Nyki is hiding behind the coleus so I can't see her!
The blackberry lilies are blooming finally! I've missed seeing their little faces!
The bougainvillea is happily flowering-the afternoon rains and warm sun is just what she loves.
The time for the pagodas to bloom is here; this is just a little portion of the 14" high blossom!
See what I mean! Striking!
Here is another one playing hide and seek!
The caladium is perfectly matching the color of this frog!
Look what I made today--working out the timing of the buttons
and I figured out how to make a tube called circular knitting
or obviously, tubular knitting!
I used the leftover sock yarn to figure out
the tension and gauge-after tweaking,
it is the same as my sock knitting; 8 stitches and 10 rows to the inch.
Now I can work over 64 stitches and be comfortable with the numbers.
See how it is a completely open tube--perfect for newborn hats and SOCKS!
More on this tomorrow!
When the nurse came to change his bandage, we got to peek at Bill's elbow.
This is the wound vac tube--the black is the sponge which goes over the wound and removes the
fluids so it is hostile to bacteria.
Underneath all of this is the newly closed wound!
For the first time in 5 months, we can't see down to the bone! Looking good!