I went back to school yesterday. It was interesting! Apparently a lot of women and men my age go back to community college to take courses they "want" to take. I signed up for beginning digital photography in hopes that I might get better at this. Then I can take intermediate. Then maybe I can do some 2-D photography that will knock your socks off! For now, I'm just going to school 2 mornings per week and trying to figure out how to do that again!
I got a MacBook yesterday! One of our very dear blogger friends had one used for sale. I've been wanting to switch over for ages, but the investment is steep for our budget. SO ... it was a win/win deal and now I have this perfect laptop to play with. I will be learning as I go, so that might explain whatever will come up ... like I accidentally erased my signature already and can't get it back. ha!
I have a weaving lesson this morning! I just can't wait to get this warp on the loom and start making stuff. Joanna should be here soon to get me in gear. Yay! (Since I started this post, Joanna came, we dressed the loom with the warp I've been dying to get on it and she adjusted the loom so it actually weaves much better! Now, on with the purses and book covers!)
My studio redo is underway in a BIG way. I have begun with the "every wall space is a different color" approach. Some of the colors are SO delightful and fun. I know it will be a much better space to create in. And my sweet Paul is being SUCH a good sport about it all ... even rolling out walls! What a sweet Prince! Right now I have 2 fat cats back in there snoring away. I'm getting ready to go begin the 3rd color! You are going to be so surprised when you see the finished room! (so am I!)
Sir Paul rode his scooter to work this morning. I bet he froze! It was in the 40's about 5 am when he goes in. He called to let me know he was there (thankfully!) and he said he was late calling because his brain had frozen! Hopefully he will have a wonderful and delightful ride home. It is a GLORIOUS day here in the mountains!
Must get moving along. Many miles yet to go, as you can clearly see by this post!