Category Archives: Mobility Impaired

Daily Prompt: Ovation

via Daily Prompt: Ovation The last time I remember receiving applause from an audience was in 1997 at a dinner held in my honor to celebrate my graduation from Hunter College. Obtaining my BA Degree was a huge accomplishment. I … Continue reading

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Thank you Misty

I have had my cat Misty for about seven years.  Due to my health condition, I very rarely leave home. I appreciate Misty’s presence.  Misty sleeps most of the time.  But I still enjoy her company. The most valuable life … Continue reading

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Plarn

Today, I am cutting some of my plastic grocery bags into strips to use in my crocheting. I plan to mix this “plarn” with acrylic yarn to make tote bags , coin purses, and cell phone pouches.  I have watched … Continue reading

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Rainy Day Songs

I’m trying to make the best of a bad situation. For the past seven days , there has been a bad leak in the ceilings and  walls of my bedroom and bathroom. Due to my mobility issues wet floors are … Continue reading

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” Crochet is the best medicine”

It has been seven years since I stopped working due to health reasons. I have had to give up many activities I enjoyed. Thankfully, I am still able to crochet. I can both crochet and knit. I like to knit. … Continue reading

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January Salt and Pepper by Rhymit on Etsy

I have collected salt and pepper shakers for many years. Here are a few shakers I like from other Etsy Shops. https://www.etsy.com/treasury/NzQ5NzE5NHwyNzI1NjIyODU0/january-salt-and-pepper

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Quiet Sunday

Sometimes learning the simplest techniques make a big difference. One thing I have trouble doing is using yarn that come in hanks. I found this YouTube video to be very helpful. http://youtu.be/M_28dl0Fv8c “How to Hand Wind a Hank of Yarn” … Continue reading

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