Sadie and I are off to take a metal welding class at Hammersong Farm.
We will be making a wind sculpture.
A BIG wind sculpture.
As in here's hoping we can fit it into the Subaru to haul it home.
We are taking steps to learn a new skill.
Perhaps another beginning?
It is good that I will be away for a day or two.
I won't feel the loss of my Christmas baubles so keenly.
I know I mentioned my issue with endings.
Each year these are the pieces I put away last...and miss the most...
They are the sparkly reminders of childhood wonder and I always feel a bit bereft when I pack them away.
They were so pretty all gathered on the dining room table
that I took a few shots before I tucked them in.
(Would it be weird to keep these photos in my wallet? Ha ha heehee, just kidding.)
Bye bye my pretties.
I will see you next Christmas.
I have been working on a winter mantel to tide me through January.
Just a glimpse here.
Carrie, do you recognize those thermos bottles?
I get the best junk from you!
They are just the right touch for my cozy winter theme.
See you when we return filled with new knowledge and a little mother/daughter girl trip fun too.
I will content myself with the knowledge that the bright winter sun will provide enough sparkle to get us through 'til spring.
See you next week!
Let's begin, P.