Crazy as a Loom

Monday, January 2, 2012

It's all good.

Today was a good day.
How simple that sounds, and yet how incredible.


I packed up some orders to go out tomorrow.
I worked on some mug mats.
And then I wove this rug.




I had made a huge pot of lentil soup, so I had that for lunch.
The studio was very quiet.  The wind was blowing hard.


Then I started on a run of middle sized bags.  I have purse size, and beach bag tote size, so this one will be somewhere in the middle.


I only finished one of the bags before I had to head out for PT.  So it wasn't one of my more productive days, but in the scheme of things, still, it was a very good day.
Perspective.  It's everything.
Right, Roy??


Roy??????

18 comments:

annie said...

Love those rugs, back eons ago I had a red woven bag with some white, black, and a shot of royal blue here and there. It had a zipper, and shoulder straps, I loved that thing until it became a rag, it took forever. These bags are great!

Denise at Autumn Sky said...

Oh Roy, I just want to rub your belly and tell you what an awesome dog you are. Do you know how much your mama loves you?

A good day is a good thing! Are you still getting in your walks?

Mark said...

I don't think Roy cares.
Happy New Year!
m.

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Just look at that boy, he doesn't give a flip about who sees his 'bits' :)
Sounds like a better day, hopefully more tomorrow !
~Jo

MarthaVA said...

Wish I could sleep like Roy!

claudia said...

Roy looks soooo comfy! He's not a bit stressed out, is he???
Glad to hear your day was good. It sounds like it was very productive!

Cindie Kitchin eweniquely ewe said...

priceless picture of Roy......so glad you had a good day...

Theresa said...

Roy??! Roy you are a photogenic little devil aren't you! And I know you heard every word didn't you!.
So glad you had a good day Hilary.

Country Girl said...

Well, now this was good to hear. Very good. And yes, wish I could sleep like Roy!

KarenInTheWoods and Steveio said...

The subtle blends the colors the changes the patterning... very very soft and harmonious!

and Roy... well... I think he is just being the epitomy of A Dog's Life!

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Restless Knitter said...

I'm glad you had a good day.

I want to reach through the screen and rub that chin, chest, and tummy.

Jayme, The Coop Keeper said...

It's official. I want your life. The only thing I'd do differently is substitute barley for the lentils. If you'd come and warp my loom for me - I could have your life. I'll wait up late tonight - just come on in the back door.

Karen said...

LOL.. he is just loving life.

Daryl Edelstein said...

He's exhausted .. all that activity .. I feel the same as Roy, I would like to lie down and take a nap but I am afraid I've got work to do .. what wasnt I born rich ..

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Cupcake Murphy said...

Can you scratch Roy's belly for me? Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Good days are good. Roy is good. Actually, Roy seems to have gone down for a long winter's nap. Wake me when it's spring, 'K?
Kimmen

Diane Cayton-Hakey said...

I just love it when dogs are so relaxed and lay the way Roy is laying. Shows their absolute trust in the humans around them... :-)) You just snooze a bit more, Roy.

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