|Mums I have received lately|
Maples changing color are another good indicator. It seems so early to me for the leaves to be turning, although I am sure they are right on schedule.
|Early morning sunshine on treetops|
Not a sign of fall, but for the last two weeks I have been washing and picking a black fleece that came off of the alpaca Eboney.
|Last quarter of the fleece|
These begin Sunday when I take the train down to New York City with Annie to visit her cousin, Sister Gianna Marie. She is presently down in Manhattan with her order, the Sisters of Life. There is a visiting day on Sunday, which corresponds with a beautiful weather forecast, so we decided to take the trip down, walk the city and get to visit Sister in her present location.
After that I fly to Madison, Wisconsin on Thursday. That trip is in order for me to visit with Jesse and Lisha for a few days. I have been longing to go back to Madison ever since my sister and I went out last year. It is a great city full of all sorts of interesting things to do and see. Mostly, though, it now has family.
But before I go flying off I want to finish my second scarf. I warped for two as I can make them very
different from each other.
|Work progresses on scarf|
The day has turned sunny, warm and breezy. I must get out and do lots of outdoor things before it goes away. Hope you can get out and enjoy the day, too.