Happy Saturday!

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Happy Saturday!

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I love Saturdays! This is my day to knit or crochet to my heart’s content while I do laundry. I take breaks to do some other housework but today I get to binge watch and craft! Unless we have a family obligation but this first Saturday of January I am free to craft. First I have to crochet 4 messy bun hats! I love the hats. Quickly made up, warm and super cool since you can pull your hair up and either make it a pony tail or a bun. My hair is too short but many of my friends love the hat. It is a quick 2 hour crochet and it gives me a break from knitting. I use my hands and muscles in a different way so I don’t get fatigued so badly in my hands. That is a problem with my arthritis, my hands can get tired and sore if I do too much of the same thing, so the repeated movements of knitting can give me much pain. So I take a break with crochet between knitting.  I have these 4 hats for immediate sale, so if you need one, click here.

I am watching Schindler’s List as I type this. If you have never watched it, I highly recommend it! It is very graphic about what happened during WWII in a Jewish ghetto and how these lives were saved. It also shows the what happened to most that were taken away. I love historical movies, and being German it breaks my heart that this happened but there are Germans that tries to do the right thing. Not enough but some.

Well I was done and started to finish is the 2nd season of Travelers on Netflix. Then I started watching Midsommer Murders in Netflix. Kept on crocheting! Got 2 hats made during that time and then I noticed the time. What to make for dinner! Put down my work, grabbed the veggies and chicken my hubby got for me and made an awesome chicken vegetable soup! Super simple, cut up an onion, chicken, carrots, celery, zucchini, and yellow squash. Fried up the onion and chicken in about a tablespoon of coconut oil, when onions were softened and chicken cooked, added 4 quarts of chicken broth all the rest of the veggies except the squash and zucchini, and cooked it for about 90 minutes. I then added the last 2 veggies cooked for 30 more minutes, added salt, pepper garlic powder, and a bit of Italian seasoning. Done! Since I am eating a Ketogenic diet, no rice or pasta in it but the family had rolls with it. Got many compliments from my family!

Well the day draws to a close! Time to charge up my fit bit and start thinking about tomorrow!  I love Sundays!!!

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