On the Move
As further evidence of just how busy life has become, here I am more than a week after my last post once again apologizing in advance for brevity. I’ll also soon be sending out my Two Tigers Newsletter to those of you on my mailing list. If you would like to receive these occasional email messages, you can add your address in the box at the top of the column at right. A second apology goes out to any of you who receive news from me from multiple sources and will be experiencing some serious déjà vu this week!
Since last I wrote, Brian and I took another trip up north to the Green Mountain State, where we viewed a beautiful apartment occupying the second floor of an old Victorian house. One day later we learned that our application had been accepted and that this will indeed be our new home as of December 1st. That gives us exactly 6 weeks to dismantle what it has taken 10 years to build up here in Somerville, transfer it to a new location almost 200 miles away, and begin to establish what I hope will be an existence much improved in terms of the benefits to mind body and spirit.
Toast & Jam
Meantime, I’ve been crocheting. A lot. In moving cars, in between list making, phone calls and other communications, in fact almost every spare minute when I am not eating or sleeping. The two pieces above are now listed in my etsy shop and will also be among those offered for sale at my final two events here in Somerville. On October 29th I will be at the Burren in Davis Square, and on November 5th and 6th I will be part of the Vernon Street Open Studios event, selling my fiber creations, books and calendars out of studio 6a on the second floor of 6 Vernon Street. In case you can’t come in person to these upcoming events or live too far away, most of my photographic works will remain available on this site and I am always happy to do custom work. Also, if you do not have or wish to create a special account for purchasing my scarves and wrist warmers on the Etsy site, I would be happy to arrange a direct purchase using Paypal or work out some other arrangement.
That’s all for now. Next week I may have some Vermont photographs to share, and you will understand exactly why I am moving there! Thanks to all of you for the inspiration and friendship you continue to provide, with such unhesitating generosity. I honestly could not be where I am today and will be tomorrow without you.