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A Wonderful Show!

Lil’ Rev is here. What good company he is, what a great showman he is! We had a great time at his concert (at Altu’s) Wednesday night and the place filled up nicely. I took about 150 photos.

StudentsI am trying to catch up. I am editing photos from last week, as far back as the 16th, and I haven’t even looked at the Harvest Gathering photos yet. I will have to do only part of them and get on to the photos of my yarn which has been ready to sell since Tuesday last week but still has not had photos taken.

Tonight I teach Perfect Hug Shawl at Rae’s from 6:30-8pm. Saturday I teach Basketweave Rug at Threadbear from 2-4. Sunday I teach ColorJoy Stole (how to combine unmatched yarns in both color and texture, into a beautiful fabric) at Threadbear from noon-5.

And today my printer won’t print until I go buy yelloPolymer Clay Projectsw toner. Mind you, it won’t print in black and white until I buy yellow. I’m very unhappy about this, it feels like being held up for ransom and I’m inclined to not buy an HP printer next time because of this. For now it does make really great prints and was quite a big investment a few years back. So for now I go to the office supply store and hand over a chunk of money I’d rather spend on something else… and then come home and print the handouts for my class tonight. That’s life, huh?

In any case, we have had enough sunshine in the last two days that I’ve not been too bummed out. Rev is the best company there is… relaxed and down to earth, but sharp as a tack as well. And since he’s from Wisconsin (I was born in Minnesota and have many relatives in Wisconsin) he feels comfortable, almost like family.

And: Tonight Rev is going to cook dinner. You know I’m thrilled about that! He knows how to cook things I can eat… I’m eager to try something new for a change.
Photos… not about today but over a week ago… Crystal, Barb and Sandy from Polymer Clay Class at Threadbear Fiberarts, on September 16. And then a tray of a few of their creations made in class. It was a wonderful time!

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