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A few months back I asked Chance to look through my patterns and find one he liked and would like
Sarah is nearing the end of her CNA training at the college. She has been receiving top grades the entire time and has even started working for a private party doing CNA work. She still has her job at Subway, where she has been for over two years.
Rachel is doing well. She plays the euphonium in the high school band and recently joined the pep band. She is very talented. She played the piano for several years and then when she went to middle school (what was called junior high when I was in school) she started playing the euphonium. She plays the piano in jazz band at school as well.
I have good news to report on my dear husband as well. Some of you may remember that three years ago Jack had to have his left leg amputated due to diabetes. The prosthetic leg he was originally given was very painful to him and made the stump swell whenever he wore it, so he wore it rarely. The good news is this summer he talked with the VA hospital, since he is a Veteran, and the have made him a prosthetic leg that is very comfortable for him and he uses it frequently. He recently finished his therapy. He walks most of the time with what is called a rollater (a walker on wheels that has a seat to sit on in case the person gets tired). He has also walked half way down a flight of stairs and back up and used a four prong cane to get a few places. He has also started losing weight since he has been moving around.
We are having Thanksgiving dinner at our home. I made two deep dish pumpkin pies late this afternoon. Jack will do a big part of the cooking tomorrow. We have invited over some good friends of ours as well as one of my clients who has no one to celebrate the day with. She and I have become friends. I am looking forward to the day.
Take care, everyone and have a wonderful Thanksgiving! Happy stitching to all.