You’d think by now I’d be better at predicting the amount of time it takes to get my work done. While I thought I’d have all the newest kuchulus mailed, pictures of Delights taken and the website updated I only managed to send most of the kuchulus yesterday. Unexpected delays and sidetracks have been the theme of these past two days. I did manage to take pictures of the Delights before the rains moved in late this afternoon, those will be posted to the website tomorrow.
Today was a beautiful day with clear sky and sunshine. At the beginning of the week the plan was to set aside a most of today for visiting a friend, weaving, violin and mowing the yard. Didn’t happened. Perhaps tomorrow I can get in some much needed time away from phone and computer and at least spend some time with the friend. First I will need to weigh and write on the seventeen newest spindles which Ed had brought into the house this evening. The newest spindle design has a name… sadly, the name I wanted is not one Ed likes (says he can’t remember it). He suggested Crow’s Foot. 🙂 At the moment we’ve sort of settled on Nuthatch – one of our favorite birds to frequent our feeder.
Please walk with me through the cold air and breathtaking fields:
When the grandchildren were here we had a family outing to The Wooden Show Tulip Farm. After days of rain (snow in the mountains) the wind was raw but the sun breaking through the clouds.