I have been rearranging my space in an effort to make my creative supplies more accessible and easy to get to… a kind of digging out if you will. Things got hectic in December because I made a lot of Christmas gifts for family and friends: earrings, snap bags, an apron, and a pillow. In the process I realized that my art, craft, mixed media, scrapbooking, and quilting supplies were disorganized and so I have been enjoying going through everything and finding special things that had been forgotten. Beads, wire, fabric, yarn for doll hair, buttons, ribbons, papers, art journals, altered books, sea glass.
We’ve had a lot of snow since Christmas including a blizzard Tuesday night into Wednesday. My sister has some great snow photos to share on her blog - she lives about an hour from my house. I measured 24″ when I did the back walk and another inch fell later for a total of 25″. It was a lot of snow! I had major help digging out and am very grateful to live in a small town where people care and are there for you.
There is something about a long snowstorm that gives you pause to think and reflect. The hush that falls over the land brings a special kind of peace. There was almost no movement of vehicles and I only heard one siren during the storm. Usually I hear the ambulance all the time as I live not far from the bridge and that’s the only way to get over the river to the hospital.
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