I did much better this time around with the jabs-24 hours of feeling semi awful and then back to myself again. I started taking one Tylenol and one Motrin every 6 hours as soon as I got home which was what I did to survive my two week toothache and it seemed to really help. I had my miserable moments but it was not nearly as bad as last time. In spite of two very sore arms I even got a bit of knitting done on my rest day. Chestnut now has its ribbing re-started and BonAmie has one more small row of pattern almost completed.
Poor Number 14 has been terribly neglected. You would think that it being this close to Christmas I would be all fired up about finishing these Advent sweaters but nope...They will be done when they get done which most likely won't be until next Christmas which is fine by me. I really don't know what I am going to do with them all anyway. It's a lot of sweaters.
The Musselburgh hat has been going along with me on car rides so it's seen some inches added. I took it with me to get my boosters but never touched it. I was way too fired up to knit on the ride up and back and we were in and out of the clinic in a flash...but it was still nice to have it with me. It was like taking along a friend.
I'm glad you're up and around again. Those shots can be awful. You have such pretty things being worked on. I love it all and couldn't choose a favorite although I think those little sweaters are perfect.ReplyDelete
All of all of your projects are lovely, but the Musselburgh is my favorite. Glad the jabs didn’t keep you down for long.ReplyDelete
"It gets done when it gets done" is 100% my attitude nowReplyDelete
I'm glad you weren't knocked out for several days! I always take my knitting for comfort, too! The hat is so pretty!ReplyDelete