Why moving knitter? Because it's me. :) Not only am I in the process of moving from California to Oklahoma, but I knit on the move in all kinds of places. I'll write about the knitting I do or want to do and the places as I knit in them.

Location: Lawton, Oklahoma, United States

I'm an ample in my mid 40s with 2 kids, both grown and on their own. My favorite list is ample-knitters! I've lived in 9 states so far and hope this move to our home state is the last one.I have 3 shih tzu's that are my kids. My husband is retired (again) and very mechanical.

Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Finally Back

I'm finally back on line! We cancelled Covad DSL and they were too efficient, then got Yahoo (SBC) DSL and they weren't efficient enough. But it's all working again. I've finished 3 more hats and started 2 more scarves for the holidays. And I found a skull cap pattern with skulls for some of our biker friends. So it'll be on to more hats shortly.

On the move front, things are looking really bad. We sold the 2 classic trucks at least. Then by the time we paid back bills, we don't have enough money again. I finally told Mike that we really needed to load what we could and sell the rest. That's the only way I can see of doing it.

We also gave the little Honday TwinStar to a friend in Ukiah and she wants Miss B (the trike). But she can't start to make payments for awhile - several months. OTOH, it's one less bulky thing to move.

Mike's had a bad chest cold that hung on and on, then turned to sinus infection which aggravated his asthema which in turn started up the angina again. After almost 3 weeks, I finally got him to go to the Dr. He's now on antibiotics and prednisone which seems to have slowed things down. Dr. said in a few days he should feel better. Fingers crossed.

I found the OK web site and the number to call about training there. So that's also on the list for tomorrow. too. I need to find out how to go about getting training in Jan for an out of state unemployment claim.

Mike's applied for SSI! Finally! So maybe we won't be entirely in the poor house when we finally get home.

The WeatherPixie


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