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Friday, October 26, 2012

Fridays are for Crochet

Still working along on the Neat Ripple blanket.  I'm past the halfway point now, but not by much.  I've been trying to work on this, but I spent most of the day last Saturday crocheting on it and my hands hurt by bedtime that night - oops.  I know the weight of the blanket isn't helping me, but crochet apparently uses different muscles than knitting.  I'm going to work on it a little every day and then work on something else.  It's harder for me to start and stop like that, but I don't like sore hands.  I'm not worried about getting it done in time - yet!

Logan is getting more and more curious about the morning drop off.  He started raising his nose to sniff (I roll down the back windows for him so there are interesting smells) and yesterday and today he was actually standing up a little bit to look out the window!  There's still lots of drool, but curiosity is cutting through the anxiety.  Someone mentioned a Thundershirt the other day and Logan does have one.  It helps him a little and he wears it on longer trips, but for the morning drop off, its such a short ride, I decided to see what we could do without it.  I'm happy to see some improvement and we'll keep at it.

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Anonymous Joyce said...

Hopefully Logan will start to look forward to car rides if he realizes they don't all lead to the vet! My friend's dogs eagerly head for the car, because they know there is a chance for treats at some of the drive-thru windows they stop at...

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