I have tried to put some balance in my days. So first thing, I walk Roy, take care of stuff at home, and then go to the studio. I only stay at the studio for about 3-4 hours. That's about my limit. Anything more makes my neck start to spasm, and ache.
I do a little weaving, light stuff, no rugs.
This is a scarf I just made with some yarn I bought on the sale rack at Joann's fabric.
I just have to tie the fringe and wet finish it.
Thought you might like to see it.
I rolled mine in walnuts.
I love seeing my children, and their children. Everyone is busy, so holidays are special when we all get together. I also love feeding them, especially their favorite pies.
It is a particular joy to have them devoured each time.
The Kingsbury General Store was burglarized. Apparently, they were looking for jewelry, and when they didn't find any, they at least had the decency to not destroy property.
Since I really can't afford a security system, I thought I would do the next most obvious thing.
I left them a note.
DH says that won't work, but hey, you never know.
I finally got my next shawl warp on the loom upstairs, and I am ready to weave.
It is so beautiful, and it will kill me to only weave a little bit every day.
But today is a day of gratitude.
Like every day should be, really.
to HAVE this lovely studio...
......to have a good friend to help me get this warp on, when I can't bend over long enough to do it myself (thanks L)..................
....for a fantastic family who loves my pies...........
...............that I am able to MAKE those pies.........
..that my pumpkin roll was a success..............
.....for this incredible weaving experience waiting for me, even if I can't weave all day long......
and for all of you, my faithful blogging friends, who come back here day after day, offering your support, encouragement, and concern.
I am blessed in so many ways.
That's what I'm talking about.