The implant wasn’t nearly as bad as I expected. In fact, the worst bit was probably the preliminary night’s anxiety. I took things easy today – ready-meal for supper, lots more Tannehill. I’ve left off the pain-killers already, although I may take one at bedtime.
Tomorrow I am to start a week’s course of a precautionary antibiotic. I am not meant to consume alcohol while taking it, so it is rather a good thing that this is happening in Lent.
I divided the Tannehill front and back, and have finished the underarm decreases for the back. I should finish the current (third) skein tomorrow with ease. I didn’t do anything further about charting the Museum Sweater, however, which leaves me with little or nothing to say to you.
AnnP, the Tech Knitter is brilliant on corrugated ribbing. Many thanks for that. I’ve tucked it away in Evernote, a program I haven’t visited in quite a while and should make more use of.
Alexander came over today. We won’t see him again until after Easter – he is the stay-at-home parent, and his sons’ school holiday is about to begin. And Greek Helen is going, with most of her family, to Thessaloniki tomorrow, likewise not to be seen until after Easter. (Archie is lingering here for a couple of days and will come to lunch with us on Friday.) I feel somewhat bereft.