I know Halloween is long gone, but I am still smitten with my daughter's handiwork. She made all three costumes, and they were perfect.
Meet Wednesday Addams. Complete with the "look".
And a very happy little ghost.
And this poor little zombie with a knife through his head!!!!!
I spent Saturday with these three, and loved every minute of it. They completely wore me out.
But I have to confess, that the day after, weaving alone with two dogs, I was thankful for the quiet.
Getting back to feeling pretty productive in the studio.
Right now I'm working on a 25 yard warp of towels.
With the time change, the dogs and I are up at 5:30. They go out, then they come back in for a little early morning snooze.
That doesn't last a real long time, because there is a lot of bitey face that needs to happen.
They are totally silly, and I have no idea what I would do without them.
This year, like last, was a year of no shows. I am kind of surprised that it doesn't really bother me.
Sometimes change sneaks up on you, and I think that has happened to me. I was forced to slow down after my knee replacement, and getting back up to speed has been slow.
Maybe I will feel differently about shows next year, but somehow I doubt it.
Outside chores have been about completed, and I'm getting myself geared up for
the season. There are always so many things to do.....I am never at a loss to keep myself occupied.
Retirement is time for all those things you love to do, and never, ever had enough time for.
That's where I'm at. It's a pretty good feeling.
Five months after my knee replacement, finally, this week, I can walk down a flight of stairs like a normal person, instead of one stair at a time.
Eureka!!!!!!! Suddenly I think a normal knee is in my future.