What do you do when you're in limbo? I really need to look up the defiinition of "limbo".
Right now we're in limbo. Waiting to hear from my attorney. Waiting to hear what's going on with my rotten scheming exhusband and his wicked step-wife. They canceled the hearing for last Thursday and also the alternate date for next Thursday. On the phone he says to my daughter, "So we'll be seeing you on Monday then, right?" Of course we have no plans to return the children to Texas on Monday. He hasn't made plans with me. My attorney hasn't told me of any such plans.
While in limbo I have been knitting. No pictures. Just knitting. Well, yes, pictures of glass for my husband's ebay auctions. But no knitting pictures. I've been knitting more for the Preemie Project. I've completed one little blanket and two cute little hats. I've started another blanket and am trying to figure out what I would like to make for the next week of special knitting: bereavement items. For tiny little babies. I'm still thinking on what I will make for that special project.
That's all for now. Just limbo knitting. And thinking of what to knit when I'm out of limbo. I've finally found a little pattern book that I was searching for. It was in my pattern box. On top. I've searched through the box twice looking for it. That gives me a little giggle. And is probably a good example of how preoccupied I've been with knowing absolutely nothing about what's going on with the custody battle.
And the kids have been doing their best to behave their worst. Sometimes I think they're lucky I don't pack 'em up in a box and ship 'em off to Texas. Like at this moment. Time to tuck them in and tell them to quit stomping around upstairs.
A sweet picture to leave you with:
This picture was taken Saturday evening while we were waiting for the Marty Stuart concert to begin during our community celebration, the "Prairie Port Festival". More pictures from the weekend another day.