Before throwing the camera away, I took it to the Camera Guy at Target. (Thanks, Larry!) He said my batteries were not good for my camera. So I bought the expensive ($2.50/battery) ones and lo and behold! it works. I wouldn't have a problem with this at all, except I've always bought "regular" batteries for the camera. They generally last several weeks as I only take a couple pics a day. Why "all the sudden" did the camera develop such expensive tastes? Not complainin' mind you, just wonderin'....
Here is Mittnz 48! That's four dozen mittens!
Here's the last set of eight!
And here is the most recent set of muffatees!
These were adapted from a mitten pattern knit in the round.
Second Son brought Third Grandson over for a visit yesterday. TG will rarely volunteer for cuddles but backed himself up to me for a short lap sit.
Youngest Daughter drove herself to work last night and home again this morning. She said it was okay and didn't hurt her back to do so. She's still leaning to the side, though, compensating, so I hope she wakes up early enough to get hold of her Primary Physician and get a referral to a chiropractor.
For those that like to experiment with dyeing yarn...check this out! I just happen to save pennies so I may have to try it out...