Aww, man! I didn't mean to disappear, sweet friends of calamity, I just got busy!
So crazy busy that I couldn't squeeze in the time to share it with you. I wanted to, I just didn't have an hour to spare.
Let me recap the last few weeks:
I got home from the Spinning Conference and spent the next day at our Guild Playday where one of our members led us in a workshop on "Stamping with
Before I left I purchased the lovely owl pin (made from zippers and felt) from Woolly Fabulous on Etsy. Because I was her 600th sale she kindly loaded me up with extra goodies like the bird pin and some teeny tiny wool balls and felt ball acorn. I love her work and think she is such a talent. Check her site here.
My amaryllis finally bloomed. The one from Target.
Then I spent the day at Picasso Moon Yarns. This is Debra, the owner.
She is modeling her fabulous knitted and crocheted scarf. She is beautiful inside and out and has a wonderful talent for fiber art, teaching and her shop radiates an atmosphere conducive to inspiring creativity.
Just 3 doors down from the old location but it may as well be a million miles away in atmosphere. It's all yarn when you walk in the front door and so cozy and eclectic and yarn-yummie-delicious!
Don is in the back of the shop, holding court with his fans.
Then we found a wild heron beside the lake in our backyard and after getting him warmed up I took him to the Save our Seabird Hospital where they told me he had a broken leg and I left him in their capable hands.
Then it was our Guild meeting where we celebrated our 10th Anniversary. Haven't downloaded the photos yet.
Yesterday was Knit & Bitch at "The Moon" and then tonight is the reception for the FAB show. It's so crazy to have a schedule full but everyday this month there is something penciled in and I am trying to keep up!
I will finish my post on the Fiber Fairy Tales Blog that I started about my spinning trip and try to keep you posted- Sat I am celebrating my birthday in Tampa with trips to Anthroplogie and Ikea! yeehaw!
So, thank you for all the "wondering where you are emails"- I am happy, busy and looking forward to March when it slows down a bit!