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ugh. Doc visit went well - they were pleased with the weight loss, said things looked good, then sent me up to the lab, where a clumsy vampire managed to totally screw up my arm. I have no idea what her problem was - I have *great* veins, easy to hit...and I now have a large bruise inside my elbow, and it *still* hurts. *sigh*

Good news, though - the Wonderful, Talented, Amazing Alden has finished my bobbins and they are winging their way back to me. I didn't expect them this quickly - I am *so* happy! Can't wait until they get here!

Must dive into the undone pile o'stuff. Most of it's been sitting since before the tax return kerfluffle....I may not surface for a bit (or, at least not during work hours!)
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spin a yarn
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Date:April 11th, 2006 02:38 pm (UTC)
Wow, that is fast on the bobbins. I need to investigate his wheels a little more when I have a job again. :)

Did you know about the DFW Fiber Fest happening at the end of the month? I am only going to see the vendors and the fashion show Fri, but it looks like fun.
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Date:April 11th, 2006 04:55 pm (UTC)
Why yes - yes you Do Need to investigate AA's wheel-building genius. *g*

I hadn't heard about the Fiber Fest - where can I find info??
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Date:April 11th, 2006 05:46 pm (UTC)


a clumsy vampire managed to totally screw up my arm

I'm highly needle-phobic, and had to have a good deal of blood drawn in the past 12 months for this and that. The lab here would massacre my arm. Turns out, on my right arm (which they INSISTED on drawing from) has a nerve way too close to the blood vessel, and they hit that damned nerve 9 times out of 10. Finally, I got an older technician one time and she told me what the problem was. Cripes. Since then, I only allow draws from my left arm, and I insist on older technicians, not the teeny-boppers they hire to fill in. Truly, I feel your pain.
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