L and I cleaned today.
SPRING cleaning. Who's idea was that?
To clean every spring.
Anyway, the studio is definitely in need of some serious cleaning, so we started with the living room.
The pellet stove generates dust, the weaving generates dust.
We organized, moved stuff, and cleaned from the ceiling to the floor.
It looks GOOD.
Our plan is to do a room a day. You know what they say about plans, right?
Every nook, every space, got cleaned.
Do you know how much JUNK one person can collect.
Especially a somewhat crazy person.
Three looms are really too many for this room. We could get rid of a chair or two, but then where would the kitties sleep???
But why 3 chairs, you ask? Don't you have 4 cats?
Yes, you are right, I do. But Kizzy doesn't hang out by the stove. He's a guy.
It's a guy thing.
Someone has just eaten breakfast and was taking her bath on the landing.
How about a nice walk in the labyrinth??
I feel like paparazzi following her around.
I have been on a hat knitting kick. This hat is the MOST fun to knit, and I love the way it feels.
Even though I am not really a hat person.
I am also not much into putting my FACE on here.
But I am doing it anyway.
Di over at the Blue Ridge Gal is my inspiration.
She does it, and well, all the time. So I must live up to her standards.
You might say it is my way of being in acceptance of where I am in my life. 64 and tough. Still going strong.
That's a whole lot to be thankful for.
Unfortunately, my hair is getting grayer by the day.
And it is kind of a mess, to boot.
If I weren't having so much fun, I would spend some time on it.