It seems that my life is going in two different speed tracks at the same time. On one hand I keep thinking that I can do lots of things, make plans e.t.c. On another hand is reality – I move s-l-o-w-l-y, and get tired real fast. Even breathing seems like a lot of work sometimes. And my knitting has slowed down so much that I am getting frustrated with myself. Plus my little naps. I keep falling asleep in the middle of something, anything, sitting up. And my dreams are really realistic at this point.
So, here is a nightmare I had this morning:
I am at the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival. Are you laughing? Please do not, for some nut cases, like me, getting there is VERY important. So, I get to the Sheep & Wool, only to realize – I am late, really late. Almost everybody has already left… I begin to panic, I want my yarn! I want to see my favorite people, and there is only 15 minutes left! And I do not run well. I find myself at Maggie’s booth. She has some totally stunning white on white bed covers. They are amazing! But as I look closer I realize that they are woven, not knitted. I really want to look at them. But I also want to see another friend, who has sock yarn, and as I am trying to decide, if I have enough time to get to the main building my Mother shows up and tells me that it is time to go home. Go home! I definitely do not want to go home!
I woke up and realized that I was not late – at least not late for Sheep and Wool. Got a couple more months left. What a relief…
P.S. When I told DH about my “horrible” nightmare, he offered to put up a counter, so I can easily look at my blog and see how many days are left until Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival.