I haven't disappeared exactly, but I find myself in need of some fallow time. So, the daily posts have been put aside for now. And while I still intend to make a patch for each day, the idea of presenting them as series rather than individual pieces is forming in my mind.
So, I'm reading ...
and considering how I might repurpose my small collection of vintage handkerchiefs among other things.
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It's a long way from Williamsburg, Virginia to the Texas Hill Country, but I've never looked back. Instead, my days are full of stitching, natural dyeing, assemblage art appreciation, grandparenting, cactus whacking, Americana music and Tex-Mex cooking ... not to mention wildflowers and critters.
As local bard Robert Earl Keen says, "The road goes on forever & the party never ends."