I love it! I was a bit dismayed that it is not perfectly symmetrical, but one of the entomologists at work told me that it is not uncommon in nature for bees to be asymmetrical, and that pleased me quite a bit.
Now on to the other honeycombs to get the whole thing completed. I can't wait to see it all blocked and in a frame.
I took a sick day today, since I had an echocardiogram and a stress test this morning at the cardiologist's office. He had mentioned that I may want to do that, since I have some balance issues, and the stress test could cause some dizziness that could last for part of the day. Turns out he was right and I'm glad I can be home where I can control my activity and surroundings better. I got *really* dizzy at the stress test, and still feel a bit unsteady. But since I'm at home I can sit and relax instead of having to go to work and jump in.
Hopefully by lunchtime I'll feel more with it and can take a walk with Hamlet (and don't worry I know when I can and can't do those things). And since I'm going to be home, I think I'll fix some eggplant parmesan for dinner. Usually during the week, dinners are simple and to the point, so it will be a treat to have something "fancy."
Best of all? Since I'm at home, I can read, knit, stitch - do whatever I like!