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Friday, March 04, 2016

AAARGH!

Apparently, being on pins and needles waiting for information about the heart surgery has shredded my ability to pay attention to silly, trivial details like accurate threading.

After tying the warp onto the apron beam, and weaving a test 1/2 inch, I found several areas where the threading is obviously f^%$@%&ed. I'm fairly sure that I'm not in the right frame of mind to go through the entire "treadle your threading" process again to find out which/where the errors are, so it might have to wait. OTOH, another life experience which requires waiting is not on my like list.

I see the surgeon on Monday for a discussion about the state of things, and then I should know where/when/etc. so maybe I'll be in the right frame of mind after that. However, the surgeon is known for scheduling surgery ASAP after a consultation, so maybe the right frame of mind will have to wait a while longer. Like my mother used to say in response to almost any request, "We'll see."

5 comments:

Laura Fry said...

Fingers crossed for the least invasive option and a good recovery.

Cally said...

Sometimes even the weaving gods take second place... I hope its a useful and constructive consultation on Monday.

Peg Cherre said...

Keeping you in my thoughts for good news.

Thistle Rose Weaving said...

Take it one day at a time is easy to say and hard to accomplish - I wish you calmness and peace during your wait. Best wishes.

Connie Rose said...

Thinking of you...wishing you the very best.