|our private road|
It's been really busy (in addition to a recovering husband), I hosted a jewelry sale for Apparent Project at Rubystreet Quiltworks a while back on a Friday and thanks to the pre-Christmas shoppers, we made $526 toward the jewelry project in Haiti.
|design walls with Haitian paper bead necklaces|
The following day, I did a class at The Quilters' Junction in Centralia, WA which was a Christmas in July sort of project.
Anyway, the picture above shows a little bit of what I come home to... it's a remodeled shed which was originally planned to be a teaching space but it never worked out... my husband sold the travel trailer that used to sit off to the left and when the trailer was sold, my bathroom was gone and you can't teach most middle aged to older women without a bathroom closeby. Mostly it just didn't work because of my location out in the boondocks. I'm only 20 miles or so from Olympia and for us that's close. My husband worked at Boeing in Seattle for years and drove over a hundred miles a day. It's pretty much heaven here.
|this was taken after walking Maggie up our road... our house is on the left|
Peaceful. A good time to get caught up on the hand-work.