It's about time I blog a bit, I suppose. It's easier to do when traveling because I have things to remember everyday about where we are and what we see that's new and different from the usual.
I avoid ranting about politics, though sometimes it's hard to stop myself. I also know many people losing family members, beloved animals, and friends, so I think it's best to stay positive and not go there either. Everyone has something. We all cope in different ways. And it's doubly hard when the world seems to be on fire with hate, injustice, and violence.
So here's my disclaimer: I know it's going on, but I am not going to write about it.
I have brought Fancy up to Habitat House for a 12-day girls' stay. I tried a new drug prescribed by the vet. Didn't change her constant conversation and sometimes yowl during the 3 hour car ride. She actually got quiet when we hit Longeway Rd.....which is my turn off the highway in Sonora. sigh.
But she's here now and sitting quietly in one of her favorite spots. She's on the ottoman protecting my fiber which will be for nuno felting onto silk scarves later this week. I've brought many projects here to work on for both inside and outside activities.
|Fancy's Habitat bed in my studio. I find it interesting it's the same shape as the carrier, which she hates. Too bad she can't stay in this during the car ride--maybe she'd actually sleep!|
|Little loom for free-form weaving project in my studio, but it's wonderfully portable so will come outside for working on the back deck. It's supposed to get up to the 80's and 90's this weekend.|
When I arrived, my studio looked pristine. I had had the book club here, so didn't use my space for work, but within an hour of being here and emptying my car, I transformed the table into my free-form work space for knitting, weaving, beading, and who knows what else.
Oh yeah, what else....a whole mess of paperwork followed me here too. Must be time to go for a walk so I can have the rest of the day for all of the above. Happy summer in my Habitat.