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Chevron Socks for Chilly Toes


I just finished these cozy socks for the friend of mine who had the motorcycle accident.  Thought she might enjoy something pretty and colorful to offset that hospital green and sterile white.

 I took them to her today and visited with her, her boyfriend, and her family for a bit.  She looked like she was having a pretty good day.  Some days she's in quite a bit of pain, but is improving everyday.

She will be leaving the hospital on Monday and transferring to an in-patient physical therapy medical center where she will be busy getting stronger.  In order to be able to go home, she'll need to be able to walk with a walker and get in/out of a car.

She's been in the hospital for over 7 weeks.  Her recovery has been a series of miracles. Really.  Everyone is amazed.

What a strong woman.


Comments

Robin said…
I love them and I know she loved them. Can't wait til I can go see her.

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