Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Thumb getting locked in a position?repost. answers please?

it doesn;’t hurt but i have no control over it, it will just lock under my will look like im holding up 4 fingers (my thumb stays straight though..just tucked under my palm). I have to use my other hand to unlock it and then it will be fine. Its happened about 5 times in a day and a half.
I read about trigger finger but i don’t have any other symptoms besides my thumb locking. no pain, no click..has anyone else had this happen? what could it be?
have an appointment on thursday….but i feel like i need to know what it could be..
will i get told i can never play video games again???lol

Answer by Xbox 360 / Cod gamer
Get a key!

jks but go doctor duhh!

edit: Nooo We need you to play video games!
Unless i’ll cut your thumb off!
proably a broken bone thingy
Hope you have a surgery

Answer by dsnylvr325
it kinda sounds like dislocation, maybe, idk. I’d see a doctor if i was you.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : An easily moveable hobby?

Any good hobbies out there that can be easily moved around? Tried friendship bracelets, drawing and reading. Need something not messy, small, not to many parts to it. Anybody know anything?

Answer by Yu
Prestidigitation! Magic, for short. If you tried making bracelets and drawing you must be good with your hands, it should not be messy, small? well, all of your props can fit into your pockets.

Visit a magic supply shop when you can and see what fun it can be learning to manipulate cards and coins or, make handkerchiefs disappear and then pull them out of a friend’s pocket etc. One of my cousins was a stage magician and I would help him rehearse sometimes and I think it is loads of fun! Also if you are the type of person that likes to go to parties, just let people “somehow find out” you are a magician and see how many times you get to the top of the invitation list.

Answer by Nickolle
knitting! or crocheting! they are pretty easy once you get the hang of them, and don’t have that many parts. I personally love to crochet more than knit, but either of them waste time and don’t have many parts!

Answer by thejanith
Knitting and crocheting are both highly portable hobbies. So is cross-stitch, whether stamped or counted, if you plan well.

For either one, figure out how much you are likely to get done before you get back to your stash. Take along only enough supplies for that timeframe.

Answer by meenakshi
As previous posters mentioned, knitting & crochet fall into that category.

However, the Most mobile, convenient hobby I’ve found is Tatting !
All one needs is a tatting spindle [make sure you buy one with a hook at one end to pull the yarn] & a small ball of yarn. You may add a scissors if you like, to cut the yarn at the end.
I always carry my tatting with me – all this in a small pouch which can actually fit into any handbag. I have 2 hooked stainless steel spindles [when I’m working on a complicated design], 2 balls of yarn maximum, a foldable tiny scissor, & if necessary, a small zip-pouch to hold the motifs &/or lace. I tat while in the car, or any other mode of travel, while chatting with friends & family, while watching TV, ….

Tatting is a beautiful artform – you can make such lovely, delicate-looking but very durable laces, doilies, motifs, etc. It doesn’t require too many implements & materials, the spindle fits into the palm of one’s hand ! And once you’ve mastered the art of making the 2 basic knots, you can Never go wrong. It does take a bit of practice, though, since you can’t ravel your work.

After tatting, I’d place Crochet since the hook required is small. However, it is a speedy craft & one may need many balls of yarn. [tatting is a relatively slower form].

Next will come Knitting, since the knitting needles are longer & you need 2 of them.

You could also take a bunch of pre-cut plain greeting cards & bookmarks and sketch & paint them using crayons, pencils colors, etc. – anything that is not cumbersome to carry. Or you could just sketch them & add colors [water colors] later. In fact, each set of cards could be Unique, if you draw your ambiance – it would not only be a memento , but great practice too ! And you can gift them, as a set or individually. Since the cards are precut, there is no hassle of carrying large sheets of drawing paper….

You could try Origami too. All you need are the small/medium-sized paper sheets. Nothing Else! However, the ultimate forms May take up some space because of the many folds.
Or You could make Lucky stars & horde them in a zip-pouch or a little box. Then, later, you could assemble them into larger Modular pieces like vase, chandelier, crane, etc. — for all kinds of origami projects. — how to make origami (modular) swan
This site uses cranes made from lucky stars to make chandeliers. —-

Add: You could also learn Calligraphy ! That doesn’t require any material either, except for any diary/notepad & a calligraphy pen/ink.

Hope these help too
Have fun 🙂

Answer by mommybear-2
You can try round loom knitting. It’s very portable and doesn’t have too many parts. It’s very easy to learn and fun to do and not too expensive. You can buy the Knifty Knitter kits either online or at any craft or hobby store. Below are some sites to help you.

Hoped I helped.

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I was born with my innate gifts of clairvoyance (see things), clairaudient (hear things), clairsentient (know things). By the time I was 3 I knew there were things that I knew that I could not tell anyone about because they got really weird if I did. At 13 I got my first deck of tarot cards (Ryder – Waite) and started doing readings professionally.

At 16 I had my first near death experience when I was in a pick-up truck that hit a semi-tractor trailer truck. My dad had died several years earlier – and he had been a semi-truck driver. I was fortunate enough to receive my Father as a Spirit Guide that day, My second NDE was when I was 18 – I was in a Piper Cub 2 seater aircraft that did a hard landing into the side of a mountain. I have spent my entire life studying and working with the wyrd and wonderful in all its guises. While not required by any means I enjoy using the Tarot or any of the other divination tools I have at hand you may want to use for your reading.

I have Doctorate Degrees in Divinity (D.Div) and Theology (Th.D.) from Northern Lights Seminary and continue to study. Among some of my other titles are Psychic Minister, Esoteric Minister, High Priestess, Shaman, Spiritual Coach, Psychic Coach, Psychic Healer, Life Coach, Relationship Coach, Small Business Consultant, Paralegal, Executive Director and College student. I am honored to be a “reader’s reader,” meaning that many of the people do readings for are readers or spiritual workers themselves.