Furby: the ghost of xmas-past
Biz as Santa cookie
Biz posing in front of our tree
Bizzi says, "Get this stupid hat off me! Now!"
So sorry it has been awhile since my last post.
A fun visit from my dear friend, Billie, and other friends in from out-of-town have kept me hopping, but in a perfect and fun way!
Here it is, 12/23, and I'm thrilled.
My 3 daughters are all finally here, even though the weather in the northeast delayed Luren for 48 hours.
There is nothing better than seeing my entire family at the dinner table.
Two years ago Tim spent a massive amount of time transferring all our old VHS, S-VHS, and hi-8 video tapes onto hard drives. The wonderful thing about it is that, in addition to assuring that the events have been conserved on a more reliable format, we are now watching them! We took an amazing amount of video over the years and have never actually SEEN it. Now it is very accessible and we love to spend time watching the old birthday parties, family gatherings, and school performances.
The girls moved the sofas a bit to accommodate better viewing and we watching many of them last night. It was such fun!
I've been working on new cloth for several pieces at home and Art Cloth Studios. Jane and I spent an afternoon together working on our separate projects last week, and we nearly froze! My print paste was so chilly it looked more like jello than thickened dye. Once I have some batched/washed cloth I'll post some images.
I have much to be thankful for during this holiday season. I have such a wonderful family. We all have our health and we enjoy being together. I have the most amazing friends a woman could possibly hope for. I have adopted them all as my "extended/chosen" family. Someone told me that girlfriends are the family you get to choose, and I have chosen well.
I wish a peaceful, safe, low-stress holiday season for each and every one of you.