This post was actually created in April when I thought I was on a spinning binge (which, as usual, was interrupted and never returned to). Deeply convinced I’d be doing all sorts of yarny things all summer long! What really happens is that I never do as many fibery things as I expect/imagine, no matter what season is passing by. I just have to stop deluding myself that I live on a desert island.😉
Today it’s raining and cold, after a long heatwave it suddenly feels like autumn already. I felt the shift internally before it happened and began to think wooly thoughts of thick woven blankets and muted colours while everything and -body were wilting at 30° C. Odd that. One day browns, rusts, and dark greens just popped into my head and began to form patterns.
So although I’ve always seen myself as a summer person, because that’s when I enjoy the outdoors most, there is a relief in not feeling guilty about wanting to coop up with a loom as I do now. And I feel like picking up my camera again, or at the very least Photoshop. There’s been no painting for the longest time, holiday house projects and many visitors does that to me, but now I begin to feel the itch. I just have to decide at which end to begin, really. It’s relaxing to get all the big summer projects out of the way as well as mind and settle into the everyday activities again, even the boring ones.
And so remains to be seen just how many of my project ideas will see the light of day. I can’t tell you yet which ones will win my attention, that is a choice I have to make day by day. The important thing is to be moving instead of thinking.
First, however, I need to keep an old appointment Monday, then I go see about a heart monitor thingy Tuesday AND to top it off I broke a big corner off a molar on Friday so I guess I’ll be calling the dentist as well. But then I’ll be ready to get back to real life.😀
Are you getting ready for yarn season?