Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Back to MY TIME

I was talking to one of my walking friends today about when people get out of contact; when people stop writing and why.  As humans, we tend to make up a story about what the reasons might be.  We even sometimes tell ourselves that the person doesn't like us and will never write again.

I have been working hard on the Fiber Shed at Cabin Spring Farm, my fiber studio.  I didn't walk for two weeks or go to yoga.  Last week I also had Fiber Camp.  Today, I resumed walking and tomorrow yoga.  And, tonight I am back to blogging.  Tomorrow, I also get my time back.  It was strange working and living someone else's schedule.  It was certainly worth it and I appreciate every minute my sweet, wonderful husband put into the project!  And it is going to be done 2 weeks ahead of schedule.

Spring is late this year.  Someone told me they were going to fire Punxsutawney Phil.  The pastures have a green tinge but the grass is not actively growing.  We are suppose to have 3 days in the 70's coming up this weekend.  I hope it won't feel too hot.  Where are the low 60's?  Today was good for working and I did move a fence but there is so much more to do and the wind is still cold.

The second annual "Sheep Shearing and the Journey to Fiber Art" event at Cabin Spring Farm is coming soon (April 20th and 21st).  Hopefully I will find time to put out more flyers and postings this week.

The thing I have been missing most since giving up MY TIME is visiting friends and seeing what they are up to.  I haven't even seen the 7 new kids at Elk Cliff Farm.  But now I can.

1 comment:

  1. I'm glad you could squeeze me in to your busy schedule. I'm also glad you came before this crazy snow started. I have two goats inside tonight. Little Paul was shivering like crazy so now he's wrapped in blankets and sleeping. I brought Dilly in so he'd have someone to cuddle with tonight.