It is with growing acceptance that I acknowledge the fact that December is right around the corner. Over the past couple of months my days have been spent attempting to balance farm work with wool work. Oh yes, and the daily routines of home and family. Of note to me is the extreme lack of time spent with friends - a reality of the times but first on the list to remedy come January.
This sweet LittleWool number and I have been a thing for six holiday seasons now. A fact that fills me with the same happiness as it did on season 1.
This year my LittleWool creations are available in a few spots around town. All of the wonderful folks who work so hard at their own small business ventures deserve to have a light focussed on them. Keeping things real in a time of big box madness. (The fact that I am posting this on the nefarious Black Friday is not lost on me).
Thanks for all your support. The heart you put into your spaces does not go unnoticed. And your friendship is perhaps the greatest gift to me.
Lastly, I am participating in two shows in the coming weeks.
This weekend I can be found at Linda Hynes Pottery for her Open Studio along with Milkhouse Farm and Dairy. If beautiful pottery, delicious cheese and pretty fibre are your thing, then you don't want to miss this one.
And of course, the show that I cut my teeth on so many years ago happens December 3 in Ottawa. My old reliable Fisher Park Pop-Up Market.
Happy weekend all. Farm work is calling.