Well, I finally tried it. I've been admiring Celtic tatting for a while but never took the time to do it. So, last night I got out Tatting for Pleasure, by Rosemarie Peel, and tried the Celtic motif. It's just a little thing but it took me awhile. I kept joining the chain on the wrong side. But I prevailed! It will look good as a pin, I think. Now I've done one (small) thing I am ready to try something a little harder.
Our youngest daughter is pregnant and expecting any day now. When she calls and tells me she thinks it's time I'll be heading up to Omaha to be with them for a little while. I've got my suitcase mostly packed and most of my tatting handy so I can grab them in a moment's notice. This is her first baby and our first grandbaby. I'm only a little excited(!!!) I have vacation set aside and permission to leave when necessary and the bills caught up and.... Her husband is in the Air Force, stationed at Offutt. That's only a little more than five hours away. It might seem farther when I go up there but there are places I wouldn't be able to get to at all so I'm not complaining. So for now I'll take a deep breath and keep the phone handy.
Labels: Celtic, Omaha, tatting. baby