Roof shoveled off, leaking stopped.
Shed still caved in.
It's still winter, but oh my, at least it's sunny. I love walking into the studio and seeing this.......light everywhere.
The wood of the floors, and the looms, just glows.
But of course, all these looms are beautiful to me. Each of them has its own personality.
And of course every kitty has his/her own favorite sunny spot, and they are willing to stand their ground to keep it most of the time.
This rug was on the loom, woven a couple of weeks ago and I just forgot about it. When I was unrolling the rug I was working on, I realized that I still had it on the loom. This color combination is one of my favorites.
If you have the winter blues, a little cabin fever, there is nothing quite like this color explosion to perk you up.
While I was driving to the studio this morning, I was thinking about how lucky I am to be able to do what I love every day. I was also thinking about how tempting it is to get caught up in the 'rewards'.....like a singer dreaming about hearing himself on the radio, or an artist wanting his work hung in a museum. That's where I disconnect. To me, all of that is a big vortex just waiting to suck you in.
I don't want fame. I don't even want fortune.
They would both bring more trouble than they were worth.
I do want to keep on weaving what I want to weave, and I want to keep on loving it. Every bit of it.
So far, it's working.
Thanks for sharing it with me.