Knitting Therapy

When tears constantly fall. When grief threatens to crush me.
When sorrow is too great to bear, knit something complicated.

It may not change anything, but at least it occupies the mind.

Pictured – the first medalion of many for Celandine in Claudia Handpainted Silk Lace Rubies Playing

When I can gather together words, I will explain better. Until then, please excuse me if I take a short break from blogging. I will be back as soon as I can. Meanwhile, I have a lot of complicated knitting to do…

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