The late afternoon light is amazing. I had to slow down tonight on the way home from town, to catch a picture or two.
Luckily, there were no other cars on the road.
I love driving home through the countryside.
I hated living in town with so much congestion. I will never do it again.
I'm a country girl at heart.
I don't want to be anything else.
Walking Roy in the late afternoon, looks like a storm is coming. But still, the light is lovely.
I have been getting ready for the Hudson Mohawk Weaver's Guild show and sale. It is coming up soon, this Thursday to be exact.
37th Annual Show & Sale
Date: Thursday, Nov 19 through Sunday, Nov 22, 2015Hours: Thu 2-9, Fri 10-9, Sat 10-5, Sun 12-4Location: Pruyn House, 207 Old Niskayuna Road, Newtonville (Colonie), NY 12128
I have SEVEN mohair shawls done. But I decided that the 'natural' cream might not be such a great seller. So I dyed all day yesterday.
My kitchen was a disaster area, and I have vowed to never dye inside again.
Part of the reason for that is that on the LAST one, I was distracted, and it boiled over.
Can anyone say TURQUOISE floor????
Anway, I am ready. Everything is DONE, and tagged, and packed. Inventoried.
I am very proud of myself. I could have, would have, almost did, work right up until the show making even MORE stuff.
But for once, reason prevailed. The new, more balance me, decided that was a really stupid idea.
I made bread instead.
I went to a Fine Arts show at the Saratoga Museum of Dance.
Fellow guild member, Ann Diller, at her booth of fine hand wovens.
Then afterwards, I took myself to lunch.
And it was delish.
Then I took myself home, and spent the rest of the afternoon weaving and enjoying the sun coming through the windows.
It's amazing what you can give yourself permission to do.
I like your life now. It sounds wonderful. :)
oh those colors are so vibrant, i bet they all sell out ASAP
Fun post. Thanks for taking me along with you! Now you've got me thinking about baking bread :)
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