My mom is holding up well -- as she has my three-year old niece to hug her. XOXOXOXOXOXOX Hopefully she can feel these as well over the phone.
I am on the fourth dishcloth for the flea market, and just got back from having my permanent crown put on (last week was the temporary) It turns out that the nice man who helped us with our truck is the father of one of my hygienists! Wow huh? Maybe I can get her to give him the gift certificate ;o)
I'm home for the rest of the day, but have some webpage-idea work to do for the meeting next week. I know it sounds weird, but I'm thinking Sauteed Radishes over brown rice for dinner. We have to use some up ;o)
These little pincushion owls are so cute! And a great idea, to boot! My mom collected tons of little owl things, like these, when I was little. (OvO)KNITOWL(OvO)
Geeky Note : I use Emacs every day at work, and the keystrokes are quickly becoming involuntary. In fact, they are superseding other commands I learned! In Emacs CTRL-W is cut and CTRL-Y is paste. In browsers, CTRL-Y does absolutely nothing, and CTRL-W (evilly) closes your window!! Blogger is the only site so far that I've found that asks you 'Did you really want to close this page?' or else I would be retyping a LOT of posts ;o)
This would be beautiful, if it's true -- Babies' cells linger, may protect Mom, I wonder though, if it depends on how alike the babies genetics will be to their mother. Yes, every baby technically has 50% of their mother's genes, but what if the baby is missing important features of Mom's genetic makeup? Or, if the baby has inherited something from Dad that reacts badly(biologically) with Mom? Just some thoughts...