shades of green

Finally, lush is the word for the garden right now.  Not so much in the vegetable garden, yet, but definitely everywhere else.

As the weather warms up a little and we spend more time outside, my mind keeps wandering into to the woods at Squam Lake.  I’m not going this year, but I can feel the excitement building anyway.  I am imagining students and teachers getting excited, making plans, gathering supplies and headlamps.  I sit outside with Penny and if I close my eyes and ignore the quiet chatters of the chickens, it almost seems like I’m there.  If you’re going, have a wonderful time x

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squam art workshops

I’ll write more about my wonderful time at Squam later.  It was an amazing weekend and lovely to see friends again and make some new ones.  Somewhere on my travels I seem to have lost my desire to knit*, but luckily my classes in the woods of New Hampshire gave me some other options.

I am buying embroidery threads and shipping yarn home.

*this happens to me every few months, don’t worry, it will pass!