V presented his pillow to me after he awoke to find quite a bit of hair remaining on it after his head had left it. What can we do? His hair is falling out. As much as we hoped he would be one of the rare people receiving his type of chemo who do not lose their hair, he is not one of them. We have caps and hats at the ready. I have one on the needles as I write. It needs a little backtracking. I made a mistake somewhere. But, it will be finished soon and it is of the softest blend of wool and silk and it's from Italy, as is v! He has his energy and that is what I am most thankful for today.
Tomorrow is the Big Sur Marathon. What a great spectacle. If I were a runner I would run that race. There cannot be a more beautiful venue. Unfortunately, because of the race, Highway 1, south of Carmel will be closed. That means we can't get to church. As much as this would be a great day off, it also signals our beloved Father Bill's last day this season. He won't be back until November! We dropped by to bid him farewell, yesterday. I'm not a Catholic (v...) but this man is the most genuine, kind, wise, and sweet pastor anyone could look for. It's a long stretch before November.
So, as I'd hoped for last evening; we have a free day to relax and put our feet up, or take them to the garden (maybe the library and a coffee later....maybe...). Ah! here comes the sun!
In bocca al lupo. m & v