Remember my Auntie from last year? 95 years old. Keeps busy with crocheting toys. Lives joyfully and is thankful for each new day.
She's now 96 and is looking forward to turning 97 in November.
Notice her sweater. She made it. And the lapghan. Yep, she made that too.
There was a book next to her on the couch: Afghans for All Seasons. I asked about it and Auntie said she's planning on making an afghan, but that she's having a hard time deciding which one. She told me that she'd choose a pattern and pull out the yarn. Then the next day, another afghan would catch her eye. Or she'd start thinking that she'd prefer to work with different colors and then that would lead to yet another pattern.
I was hoping that next-project-on-the-needles indecisiveness would be something I'd outgrow. But, I guess not!