The end result is vascular calcification. Microcalcification has been linked to breast cancer but they don't think I have anything to worry about right now. "We" will watch it which means mammograms every 6 months instead of every year or so.
October is almost over and I still haven't gotten my period. This is the first month THAT has ever happened when I wasn't pregnant. (Pk had The Operation years ago, so if I'm pregnant, there's some s'plainin to do). I am also having some mild power surges. I guess I won't be the oldest woman in the Guiness Book to still get a period. And now the countdown begins.
When Kate bought her loom, I gave her a bunch of bits and bobs and odd skeins of yarn, some of it handspun. This is what she did with some of it. I spun the green/blue yarn and she added some plain grey wool and wove a scarf which she gave to me. It's soft and really pretty. She has really taken to this weaving thing. I can see where she's going to outgrow the Cricket loom very quickly.
Pk and I are skipping the debate tonight. We're both tired (not much sleep last night) and the thought of trying to figure out what two supposedly intelligent men really mean as they tap dance around questions is beyond me right now.
I just finished downloading some books to my Walkman and am going to knit for a short while longer and then go to bed before I fall asleep with the needles in my hands (not the first time I've done this).