We had some snow showers on Friday as I drove home with a couple of friends from our monthly Breakfast Club gathering. I am so blessed to have an amazing group of wise, creative, and caring women friends. These women keep me sane and happy.
I had lots of hooking time this past week. That, coupled with using nice wide 8.5 cuts of wool strips for the background, has made my Down to Earth2 rug zoom along. This will be a donation for the March 2018 auction at the Siskiyou School in Ashland, Oregon. When it is finished, I’ll have it photographed and put on the Shop page of my website, so the pattern will be available for purchase. The pattern is actually available now, if you contact me.
I took the rug outside on Saturday to get a photo of it at this stage. The light was bright and clear. I love this time of year when things are pared down to their essentials. The bare branches in the trees reveal bird nests that were used this past summer and the stream out back is revealed once again. There is much to be seen in the winter, so get out and look for yourself!
Yule is on Thursday. I love the dichotomy of Yule. It is the first day of winter, but the daylight will then start to increase. I will be sharing the longest night of the year with another group of friends. The holiday season has something for everyone. Hanukkah is almost over and next Monday is Christmas. I wish you a happy holiday season however you choose to celebrate.
I hope to keep up this quick pace with my hooking projects. There are quite a few in the queue, which I look forward to working on.
There’s a lot of beauty out there and in the stark beauty of winter.