Time whooshes by, doesn’t it? But I haven’t been twiddling my thumbs. Not this gal!
Had a nice class with one of my favorite beaded flower students. We made tea roses. I adapted the pattern from a Japanese book I have, interpreting the instructions as best I could. I really like this white one!
I’m putting together a Carnation class for April. Photos to come!
But the biggest development is my transformation into Farmer Jane. It all started with a garden. Then a bigger garden. Then a greenhouse. And now, chickens! Seven of ‘em, to be exact. In a later post I’ll share some of the drama with you (little did I know, with chickens there is lots of drama). Right now, however, all is calm in the chicken world and we are getting the best-tasting, freshest, most beautiful eggs you could want to see. This was our very first one!
Like everything worthwhile, it takes time to learn the ropes and get systems in place. Sometimes it takes several tries before those systems are humming. I think we’re finally there, so hopefully I’ll have time to share a lot more on these pages in the coming days.
If you thought I was sitting on my duff all this time…well, no.