"It was a quiet week in Lake Woebegone..."
Maybe not so quiet, there was a lot of coughing and spluttering. Not much talking though. To this day Mike can barely get a word out without coughing. However, we slept through the night without one coughing spell and today we are feeling much improved.
Sadly we had to cancel our trip to North Carolina for the OM Ships weekend.
The good news: having the luxury of time and quiet allowed us to accomplish some projects that required focus and not too much physical energy.
We somehow made it up to the mailbox every day. On one of those walks I spied our first three daffodils.
We watched several movies and I worked on different knitting projects. Mike gave me a new book full of ideas.
Mike spent some of his time working in his studio on various projects and finnished enough to fill the kiln and fire it. Here are a couple of his innovative pieces that were in the works for weeks.
I don't have any more photos of my own, but this came out in Wednesday's front page of the Muncie Star Press: Engineering teens place at robot competition.
|Phyxt Gears team members competed in last week's regional at Purdue University. The team advanced to the elimination round for the first time in the program's six-year history. / Photo provided|