... in the snow, the ice and the really serious cold. I moved here from northern Wisconsin and quite frankly, I don't remember having this long a winter with this many cancellations. Because of this, most of the groups have not meet since before Christmas.
And yet, amidst cabin fever, I am sure our creative juices are working overtime. Some future show-and-tells are going to be incredible.
Folks seemed to have had the need for human contact. At our Annual Martin Luther King Pot Luck, we had almost half of our guild members on the one day it warmed up to 30 degrees. The food was great, atmosphere...cozy and friendships… stimulating.
Thanks to technology, we have stayed in touch. The weavers are planning a workshop, the quilters are working on a mystery quilt, the knitters are knitting, the spinners are working on spinning flax, and the beaders simply grabbed whatever day without ice or snow to share beading time. The house has had a little activity, but I know we will all be happy for spring, especially this year.
Ahhh, maybe winter's not so bad.