It arrived!

  
It’s that time of year again.  The spring issue of Taproot is here.  There are so many awesome things in this issue.  It’s so relevant to what is going on in my world.  Like they read my mind.  Seriously!  There’s a recipe for rose petal rice pudding and a knitting pattern for a beautiful hat and fingerless mitts.  

  

Final Thoughts

We had a great time last night at The Rebecca Cohn with The Blue Dot Tour. Inspiring words from David Suzuki made me rise today with a new outlook on our planet and our place in it. Shane Koyczam’s words from his beautiful poem stay with me “the seed can’t see the flower”.

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Hats galore

I have been knitting even though I haven’t been blogging. I finished a couple of projects, and started a couple more. Today is a day of rest, chores, and inspiration. I have been searching WordPress for projects I admire. I found a few beautiful ideas in fashion and crafting. Thanks to all!! Fall is always my time for reflection and taking stock. Back to my usual routine of music lessons and group gathering with my writing friends and knitting friends. The students are back to school and there is an energy in the air, I look forward to. Here are my projects. Three are traveling by Canada Post tomorrow toward Louisbourg for my favourite Archaeology team. The lovely olive green will be delivered Wednesday to L at The Rolled Oat, my fav place to eat in the valley.

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Wisp Wrap, I’m knitting for myself to wear next weekend for David Suzuki’s Blue Dot tour. I’m very excited for this event. David Suzuki is one of my favourite Canadians and a true hero.