Monday, 29 September 2014

This Weekend at the Duckpond

We have mostly been...
 
 
Learning - how to knit. I've got it on my '32 before 32' list and never got round to making a start but what with being laid up for 8 weeks, I thought now would be as good a time as any. I've got a vague sort of idea to make coloured bands to go round my crutches so I've started off by doing some basic knitted squares. I'll take some more pictures when I'm a bit further along with it!
 
Learning to knit - very basic!
 
 
 
Watching - Andrew and his dad try and repair our old CRT TV which had decided it didn't want to switch on. For a moment we thought we might have had to {shock horror} actually spend some money on a new TV! After about 3 hours of fiddling though, they managed to get it to work again (Andrew's dad started his working life in the 1950s as a TV repairman so he wasn't going to let it beat him!)
 
Repairing an old CRT TV
 
 
 
Relaxing - while everyone else did all the work. Andrew's mum and dad came round both days; his dad helped with the garden outside and his mum cooked dinner each night, giving Andrew a break from doing it. I mean, I would help but you know...
 
Roast chicken dinner
 
 
 
 
What did you get up to at the weekend?

7 comments:

  1. That roast looks delicious! Glad to hear you're being taken care of so well :) Good luck with the knitting! xxx

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  2. My dad was a TV repair man back in the day too, but gotta say it would be hard for me to give up our flat screen these days!

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  3. Glad you're being looked after and making the absolute most of it!!
    Shall I send you a little bell??
    And maybe some fancy pants wool?
    M x

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  4. Your knitting is looking great! Glad the men fixed the TV, it's always a pain having to spend money unexpectedly! Xx

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  5. Your knitting looks super! It looks like you're being well looked after, hope your leg feels better soon x

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  6. Mmmm roast! And the knitting looks great. I really want to learn to knit. I asked my mom a few years ago but she just wanted to do everything for me. She kept saying I'll "show" you but just kept doing it all! One day though, maybe soon even. :D

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  7. You could hone your knitting skills on small and easy little hats for the Innocent Big Knit! There are loads of patterns here (http://www.thebigknit.devonartist.co.uk/patterns.html) start with the Original Hat on the bottom row!

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Thank you very much for all your lovely comments; I do have every intention of replying but sometimes life with a baby gets in the way...

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