How I’m wasting…err…spending my summer vacation

The Weaver's Inkle Pattern Directory: 400 Warp-Faced WeavesWith all the painting and floors completed, everything moved back into place, and even kind of “decorated,” it was not totally unexpected to have a letdown and a bit of time-wasting going on. At least that’s what I told myself during the first week. The second week I began to wonder, and by the time I got to the third week, I decided that maybe I needed to see my doctor. Unfortunately, she is moving into new offices and is only taking a few patients a day right now. She’s not even ready for records to be sent to the office. So, I postponed making an appointment. Finally, though, I decided that enough is enough! I will be seeing her this week. Here’s hoping that a somewhat “normal” day and week will soon be here.

I did scrape up enough energy to take care of one issue. After walking through the back porch to the carport that is half full of stuff, I decided that I’m done with that. I checked out both Home Depot and Lowe’s for sheds, but those sheds are designed for those who will be doing their own construction. No help there! Then I checked Angie’s List, found someone with good reviews, and discussed it with him. The new shed will be constructed the first part of September. Fingers crossed! I’m looking forward to sorting through all the stuff outside and a few thousand more trips to Goodwill. And it will be nice to get the lawn and gardening equipment somewhere else.Ashford Inklette

If you’ve been wondering why the picture of an inkle weaving book is at the top of this post…I just ordered it. Since I don’t knit, I’m always looking for something to do with my hands when I just want to sit and vege out in front of the TV. Maybe this will work. I have an Ashford Inklette that I like much better than the regular inkle loom. I got mine locally, but they are available at Halcyon, where this picture came from.

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