Yesterday I went to put on my Millifiore cardigan before I did my makeup. While doing my makeup, foundation managed to squirt all over the sweater (the nozzle was clogged apparently.) I tried everything I knew to get it out, but it would appear that it has stained.
I know it’s hard to see in this picture – my camera has washed out the contrast, but trust me when I say there is a line of beigey yellow running from the arrow down to the 3rd button, as well as furthur down the button band (it was a really bad squirting accident.) I’m really upset because this was such a recently finished sweater – I only got to wear it maybe three times, and it represents nearly a month of work.
Also today: I found out that I am being cut from full to part time at my main job. It’s not completely unexpected, but it has thrown me into a really upset state… I know, at least I still have a job, but I am really terrified of changes sometimes. And I do have another job, and hopefully I will be able to take on more students now. I’m trying to tell myself that perhaps this will be a blessing, as it will free me up to work on the things I really love. Lately I’ve been so stressed out, in large part over this job, and so worried about being cut, that I’ve barely even been able to knit. And I love knitting, so you know how bad things must be.
I have been working on the soap bubble wrap, and I’m partway up the back. I’m at the point of knitting the sleeves together with the back, and with that many stitches it is slow going – but after this piece I figure I am 3/4 finished, so that should motivate me.
I am very lucky at this time to have my husband, who tells me “We will manage, no matter what,” and uses his mathy skills to point out that I will easily make up the cut salary with the students I have taken on since last year. He’s also taking me to lunch tomorrow after what promises to be a distressing meeting with my boss.
And I do have my kitties… sad though it may seem, nothing makes you feel better than seeing this while typing a blog entry about your troubles.
Sarah Jane is doing so well now… she’s getting along (or at least ignoring) the other cats, and her blood sugar levels are stable on just medication (no insulin.) Every night she sleeps on my pillow, and every morning she wakes me up to let me know that she needs pets.
I hope everyone had a lovely Easter – I hope to get to feeling less depressed soon!