Daddio has two of these things in his little cubicle at the nursing home.
They are little quilts that have toys and other fiddly things sewn on them for him to play with.
He likes them if you direct him to them but what he likes to do when I am there is read. I usually bring him the local weekly paper but today they were out so he was content to look at the store ad. I had him trying to identify foods. It was interesting. He told me ice cream was something you found under a bridge and he made hand signs to explain strawberries. He did recognize a graham cracker though. He used to love those.
I know you have all seen Kathy B's call for Twiddle Mitts
in memory of her Mom who shared Daddio's cruel malady. I dug out a ton of stuff from the stash and am ready to go.
I am packing my new Marshall's bag (with elephants!) with yarn and needles and heading to Daughter's for a long weekend of kitty sitting. I'm actually packing several bags of new to me projects. I'm really looking forward to some serious sitting and knitting. I won't be home until Tuesday.
I've also packed my summer read. Knitting, reading and drinking tea. It's gonna be great.
I started to crochet version of a Fiddle Mitt tonight for Kathyb. I'm trying to think of things to put on it that don't involve buttons or beads. I'm glad you're helping too. I think she may end up with a lot more than 30 don't you? Have fun kitty sitting!ReplyDelete
Live your Marshalls bag! I want to make some Twiddle Mitts...need to find a pattern.ReplyDelete
The little 'trip' will do you a world of good!ReplyDelete
I'm hoping to make some Twiddle Mitts too.ReplyDelete
I love the elephant bag, and I hope your weekend of kitty sitting and knitting is a good one!
Knitting,reading, and drinking tea while kitty sitting sounds heavenly. Enjoy.ReplyDelete
Sounds like a wonderful way to spend the holiday weekend.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your knitting/reading time and give those kitties a hello from Giroux.
Cute bag! I hope kitty is on the mend!ReplyDelete
You are so kind my friend. I am sure Daddio loves your visits and his little fiddly things.ReplyDelete
Have a great weekend.