blinding wild snow
blows, whirls & drifts about me...
in this world alone
This was what my world looked like before I went to sleep. Quite beautiful if you ask me. I am very grateful we never lost power. It was nice to have a day home with my DH. We tend to work a lot but this storm made us "lazy" and we took advantage of the time to putter and just hang out together.
I did manage to get in a bit of weaving. I am trying to use up yarn that I have by weaving scarves. This one I am using some handspun for the weft that I am not particularly fond of. I got the roving at a spin-in as part of a Yankee Swap. I gotta say though it doesn't look half bad woven into this multi colored warp...what do you think?
In other weaving news:::> I am grateful to say I sold my Baby Wolf Loom this week right before the storm. It leaves a nice blank spot in the house and my life. I just have too many things on my plate. I will always weave but, hopefully, now I will have more time to play with my little looms...& finish to some very, very, old UFOs (unfinished objects)!
You can find some of my Handwoven Items that are FINISHED here....
So Grateful for:::
Weathering the the Blizzard Well
Time with my Best Friend! <3
A little time at a loom
It is my intention, each week, to share something that fills me with Gratitude.
I write ~~~Gratitude~~~ with the wavy lines to represent the gratitude ENERGY~~~~~!
I hope you will join me and share your moments of Gratitude.
~~~Amen, Blessed Be, Namaste'~~