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Archive for September 7th, 2004

Weekend Follow-Up #1

Tuesday, September 7th, 2004

I have been gone a lot this long weekend, and when I was home I was dyeing yarn in my basement studio, away from the computer some more.

That is to say I’m sorry for a one-photo post today. I got home Tuesday night after midnight from Ann Arbor and need to sleep, but don’t want to miss a day saying hello to you all.

Here’s a photo of three children at the birthday/music party we attended on Saturday. A couple of the attendees had a very productive garden, as you can see, and the kids just took to these beautiful vegetables. Aren’t they adorable? The children, that is.

We had a party to attend on Saturday (this was the only photo I took) and then we also went to one on Monday as well. Unfortunately, I started working on editing those photos when I was using the computer on battery power, and I put the computer into sleep mode, then lost all power even with it sleeping… so I lost the photo edits. Yes, I usually do save as I work but I confess I had not gotten very far.

I’ll bring some music-party photos to you later. However, today you get the children. I’m very fond of this photo!

More yarns are on the way, as well… Wednesday is photograph/edit yarn day. I did a few colorways in more subtle color choices and I like them very well. I hope they show up well on the web, we’ll see that tomorrow. I did a few in my normal ColorJoy intense colors, as well.

My friend Deb (Scarlet Zebra) says she just can’t get yarn in colors intense enough for her, except from me. I’m delighted for that vote of confidence! She knit a beautiful pair of socks out of yarn she got from me, and I forgot to take a photo when I saw them (and her) today. I’ll beg one from her soon enough, I’d guess!

Sleep well. I’ll catch you tomorrow.