I've continued spinning each morning for about a half hour. Michelle asked me if I noticed a therapeutic effect. I can't definitively say yes, but I think my foot is doing pretty good just eight weeks postop.
Another benefit is I'm going through my significant stash of roving and skeins require less storage space.
My plan is to weave another lap robe like this one,once I'm able to weave again. I have various leftover skeins of colored wool so it won't be exactly like this. The interesting thing about this throw is that it's from one sheep. When Ollie was a yearling he had bright brown fleece which aged to a gray tan over the years.
I'm saving coffee grounds from the Keurig pods. They're nearly dry when I scoop them out, much tidier than the grounds from my French press. I know they're great in compost and good for garden soil amendment but I just learned that they change the ph of the soil and turn the hydrangea flowers blue. I worked in the first batch yesterday along with some granular fertilizer.
We've had quite a few of the migrating deer in our yard recently. Some of the these will migrate on up into the Cascades but two for sure were born in our yard and stay with us. Our yard is completely fenced so I'm free to enjoy them without trying to protect plants.