Even with snow on the ground.
And I saw a woodchuck, or groundhog, whatever you want to call it, outside prowling around on the snow.
So as far as I am concerned, it's SPRING.
The eaves are dripping, the snow and ice are melting. Do you see me doing the happy dance????
It is supposed to be in the 40's here all next week. OMG. Heart be still.
Do you think there is room out here for a loom?????
Plenty of clouds, but plenty of sun, too.
Driving down the highway today, I passed a guy in a battered old truck. He had a piece of pizza in his left hand, an orange soda in his right hand, and he was driving.
On the dash directly in front of him were THREE LARGE disposable coffee cups, taking up at least half of his visual of the road.
I got by him as fast as I could. What DO people think about???
Back at the studio, we are busier than ever.
Cut lots of fabric for some rugs.
I am worried that I don't have enough of this fabric for all 4 rugs, and of course, that would be a disaster. So I am thinking that I should be cutting all this fabric into strips half as wide, and winding it with another blue that is close in value. Kind of like like adding another ingredient to make more soup, if you know what I mean.
The bad news is that we may have to take this first rug apart. How will I tell L?
Oh, that's right, she reads my blog.
On another front, I found a container of this wildly hot pink stuff to make a looper rug, or several.
All in all, life is good.
I am sad for the people of Japan. I worry for the people of Libya, and Egypt.
I am fortunate to live in the frozen northeast.
I am going to try not to complain so much about things that really are of little consequence in the long run.
Gratitude, baby, gratitude.