Sunday, November 7, 2010

Taking some time for the Special Olympics.

So your probably wondering what happened, where have I been, what have I been up too?

What happened...Well first I got sick but was still trying to stay with it. The lingering dizziness and fatigue that is still here, but has eased up a little, have really taken its toll on me body and mind. If you feel neglected, you should see my house! Hubby has done the dishes for me many times since this thing set in. Bless his heart!

Where have I been...Well I'm embarrassed to say I have been right here, hiding in the cloud of a mindless woman. Okay that was stretching the truth, but it was like that at first. I guess you could say I detached myself from blogger, not literally but mentally. I know it's not fair to yall for me to be soo neglectful, it wasn't intentional,, it just evolved it to a blah. Matter of a fact all my Internet experiences of late have been a blah. Does that mean I am done with blogging? No, it just means it's a little slow around here in this old brain of mine. Maybe I will slow down for now, hubby has been very happy to have lots of my attention and it's been good for me too.

What have I been up to?...Crocheting! Yeah it is finally in the temps of crocheting weather. It is a passion that definitely interferes with blog reading or creating, very difficult to crochet and blog at the same time, well at least for me it is.

My perfect model

I finished up some unfinished projects and went looking for yarn on ebay, when I couldn't find what color I was looking for I went to the Red Heart site. My world changed for that one decision. Up at the top of their site is a "Follow us on Facebook" button. I did that! Then I learnt of the Special Olympics Scarf Project. The details are here, just in case your interested as much as I am. I even got my bf to get busy with some scarfs and trying to talk the old man at our local craft store to put up flyers.

My current work with the Special Olympics colors

It's funny..last year I pretty much skipped crocheting season and this year I can barely put it down. I am having a lot of fun, knowing some of my work is for such a good cause doesn't hurt.

The scarf I sold

Oh and I posted my finished work on the Read Heart Yarn Facebook page and sold my first scarf! I guess you could say that motivates me even more to get the most out of this season as I can. I also signed myself up for the next available knitting classes here in my local town, that should be interesting.

Hope yall wont miss me too much, but I'll still be around just not as often. Okay soo back to work I go!


Sigature,Heather

13 comments:

kendrasue said... [Reply to comment]

Good for you to be doing something you like for a good cause! And congratulations on selling one!

Grace said... [Reply to comment]

I hope you are feel 100% soon. A scarf is about the only thing I CAN crochet!

Jimmy said... [Reply to comment]

Hope you get to feeling better real soon and good for you crocheting for the special olympics, I'm proud you are doing good things for them and also congrats on your first sale.

Now don't be gone too long :)

Paula said... [Reply to comment]

Don't over do and just come around when you're up to. You do beautiful work.

purplume said... [Reply to comment]

It's beautiful. No wonder it sold. Enjoy making more.

Spot said... [Reply to comment]

Congratulations on your sale! It is a beautiful scarf! And I think it's awesome that you are doing something great for charity. I wish I could crochet, but I really just make a mess and end up undoing it all.

I hope you get to the root of what's causing you to feel poorly soon! Take care.

♥Spot

Tinkerschnitzel said... [Reply to comment]

That's so awesome! I understand being in blah world. That's where I've been the last few weeks while trying to get things around me settled.

Lucy said... [Reply to comment]

Something got you down. I can barely sew a button on.

Rose said... [Reply to comment]

back from a trip.i think it's good to take a break it can make you feel more refressed. good for you. special olympis is great. i worked with that group. take care rose

Carol said... [Reply to comment]

I will miss you, but it's more important that you spend your time on the things that make you feel good and that accomplish something that you can be proud of. I'll look forward to what visits you do make!

Joanie M said... [Reply to comment]

What a pretty scarf!!

Angelia Sims Hardy said... [Reply to comment]

Heather,

THIS is absolutely wonderful!! Your scarves are gorgeous. Our Church gives hand-made scarves to homeless women about this time of year. They cherish those and it means so much to them to recieve. Your "gift" to those kids will go far.
You are a big blessing!

Hope you get back to 100%!

SuziCate said... [Reply to comment]

That scarf is gorgeous! You are very talented!