These are very difficult and strange times for many of us, and in times like these we recognise the importance of being resilient. Thinking about resilience and knitting brought to mind a post I wrote in September 2017 titled Failure, resilience, and knitting. I think you might like it and so bring it to you today as a Lockdown Flashback.
That post had no photo associated with it. Since the Lockdown Flashback posts include a photo from the original post, I had to improvise. But, hey, I’m resilient that way. The above photo, of me sitting and knitting on a secluded stretch of beach in British Columbia, seems appropriate to this topic (it was included in the post called Holiday from May of 2019).
I also apologise for not posting yesterday. I tried to, but my internet was acting up and Doug made me a nice dinner, and I decided that being resilient also means posting when I want to.
All very true! Being able to come back from mistakes and learn from them are key skills for everyone, in knitting and in the rest of life!