ritonavir brand name philippines i’m still in ‘pondering’ mode,
still trying to find the words to explain just why
have struck such a chord with and in me.
you know how sometimes, something fades away,
but so slowly, that you don’t realize it’s gone
until you get a glimpse of when it was still around
and then the ‘missing it’ is sort of fierce?
i feel like that (if it makes any sense at all).
i took this quick shot today and posted it over on instagram.
make the foreground of the photo look all cozy and welcoming?
while at the very same time, all the ‘other stuff’
(in this case, the things waiting to be taken care of on the kitchen island)
sort of fade into the background?
that’s how i feel knitting with these maple needles in hand.
it’s like i’m in the foreground of the photo and the ‘stuff’ has just faded away.
now don’t get me wrong, i’ll knit with almost anything.
(i’ve used pencils and bobby pins for cable needles in a pinch)
and i always enjoy it,
but there’s some other layer to the process.
it’s a layer i had when i first started knitting,
and it got lost in all the ‘stuff’.
then somehow with these handcrafted wooden needles in my hands,
it’s not lost anymore.
that’s what i couldn’t find clear words to say yesterday.
i’m not sure that i’ve succeeded at being any clearer than mud
about it here today, but there it is.
now, i hope you enjoy your knitting tonight as much as
i know i’m going to enjoy mine.