Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Full of Grace

Finishing all my acts of atonement (I hope I didn’t leave anyone out) and having every apology accepted.
Receiving fun packages in the mail
The doctor who stitched up my finger after an unfortunate carpentry accident.

Clean crisp sheets.
An absolutely stunning weekend at the lake.


  1. You will NEVER finish your acts of atonement : )

    The high peaks were at full color too. We couldn't have asked for better weekend weather. So glad you got to enjoy it with your lady.

  2. Gorgeous lake day! Get well vibes to your hand. And I'm not sure what acts of atonement are, but I wish you the best there too.

  3. Stitches, ouch! I hope that heals up soon.

    The lake is beautiful. Glad you got to enjoy it.

  4. I do love your atonement ritual. You really should think about converting to Judaism.

    And I'm trying to figure out how you cut the middle finger of your right hand while doing carpentry? Stitches, huh? Must of been pretty gruesome. Yowza.

  5. Ren - you are right, I will never finish because I keep screwing up. But I will keep on trying.

    MakingSpace,knitter - thank you for your well wishes.

    Laurie - I cut it using a band saw. And yes, it was gruesome, but fortunately I only took a piece of flesh off, and not the whole finger.

  6. OMG a bandsaw. Ack.

    That lake looks very similar to the one I grew up on. Now I'm super curious as to where it is!

  7. The good, the bad and the ugly... at least, running your finger through the bandsaw has to count as bad and ugly, right?

    Heal up!