Laundry and other chores are about completed. We are working on the mowing and oh my gosh, the rain brought out the weeds. How it makes me long for the open road. Let the highway road crews mow and take care of weeds with their huge tractors and bush hogs. You go fellas!
I've been looking at inventory and checking it twice....to order more inventory. Hum, vicious circle, isn't it. We have a short break until the next show. This affords me to get fiber artwork done for art shows and to work with the circular sock machine......knitting socks. The dye pots are also coming out. Lots of work to prepare for the coming shows.
It has cooled off a little and I am thankful for that. We actually were able to shut down the air conditioning and open windows to sleep. I love a fresh breeze as long as it is cool.
The silk worms are growing, and growing. We have increased the size of their habitat four times. The runt died yesterday. He had a case of failure to thrive or something. He/she just did not grow. So, now we are down to 26. The day is coming that they will be spinning their cocoons of silk. Then the cycle will continue. They survived the traveling. Mulberry trees are everywhere, so we had a good supply of food for them. Collecting stems of Mulberry trees created quite a few questions though, and the critters had quite a few inquisitive observers.
Good wishes go to Marilyn and Ed, The Happy Wanderers /www.mytripjournal.com/travel-607759 You can read about their RV fire and see the photos of the damage.
Thanks to God for the successful surgery of Gene Woodard. Gene's wife, Barb is a fellow sock machine cranker and had asked for prayer. Gene's surgery was yesterday and he wants to go home today~! God is good!
Blessings to all, God speed till next time. ..............