Since my last post, I marched in a costume parade, threw a successful 21st bday party in a hastily reclaimed post-hurricane backyard, camped oceanside in Maine, tapped a keg for the first time since I was 20, learned to make real Peruvian ceviche, taught at Fiber College, made wonderful new friends, set off a midnight car alarm in a tiny sleeping town, drove a lot, observed the annual last-full-moon-of-summer neighborhood skinny dip, flew to Minnesota, saw old friends & family, met more new friends and more talented indie designers, taught at The Creative Connection Event/BlogHer Handmade, levitated from caffeine consumption when Starbucks sponsored the conference, discovered a bit of technology that made me crazy happy, traveled to Cape Cod with most of my neighbors to celebrate a wedding, danced to a bluegrass band, slurped oysters, knit, crocheted, planned new projects and and and....
although this is a photo of Ellen Mason in one of her wonderful knit designs, it sums up how I feel
I'm going to try to post everyday and tell three things, until we catch up. I think that'll work. Because a little structure'd be good, I've got a case of monkey mind that only George of the Jungle could love. Or, maybe Jane Goodall? Do you think she used that phrase ever, when she was brimming over with ideas, and plans and things on her schedule?
Leah was in one of the Fiber College classes, so was her mom, but on a different day. Great duo!
I'm going to reserve the right to show however many photos I feel like though. May need to show a LOT.