One does, however, expect that to be something in the nature of helping with household chores, ferrying to doctor appointments and choosing the
Large amount of vintage 8ply, some very nice handpainted 8ply, my spare knitting bag, my spare knitting accessory kit and 8 pairs of completed Voodoo wrist warmers.
Mum halfway up VWW pair 9, no. 2
or in the case of today - loan of my car so Mum could go the the gym!
I'm very pleased that Mum is feeling so well and strong that she is knitting again, and has her driving license back.
Really, I am delighted she's rediscovering the joy knitting and I'm around to share it (and my stash) with with her. It's just wonderful sitting on the back verandah in the sun with a cup of tea and the dogs and hearing her exclaim over the variegated yarn "oooh look, another stripe" and "I don't think I can give these ones away" and "do you have any more of this wool, it's so much fun".
My car, though, that's another matter ... Canberra suburban buses are not place to try and knit.