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Re: I dunno **triggers** past work on the trauma Racer

Posted by -LlurpsieNoodle on September 4, 2007, at 19:38:56

In reply to Re: I dunno **triggers** past work on the trauma, posted by Racer on August 31, 2007, at 13:08:53

> >
> > I forgot my knitting too. That's my typical agitation activity. that and pacing.
> >
> >
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> It's amazing how therapeutic that can be, isn't it? I knit through board meetings now, because it's the only thing that keeps me from alternately digging my teeth into certain throats or bursting into great gulping sobs like a heartbroken three year old. At first, I tried to be polite, but now -- forget it. It takes just enough concentration that I can be there through all the annoyance.
>
> Of course, I also knit through many of my classes. And in doctors' waiting rooms. And standing at the counter at the vet's office. And when I'm most anxious, well, I knit... I even have different projects for different anxiety levels! They're in ZipLoc bags, ready to go. Sometimes I have two or three projects in my school bag, in case my anxiety level varies...
>

MEEE TOOOOO!
I have a scarf- knitted only, and also a tea cozy, which is in a waffle k2p2. Now it's time for decreases, so it's only for "high cognitive" days.

I would like to make another pair of handwarmers, like fingerless long gloves. My one pair is so cozy, and much more practical than I anticipated.

and if it comes out too goofy, I can always felt something out of it?

-Ll
> I hope you enjoy your vacation.


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