Sunday, May 06, 2012

cooked by the supermoon

She's  baaack.

It's so good to be home. There are so many people to thank, and so much to think about and share that I can't find the end of the yarn to start winding that ball, so, one foot in front of the other and start with familiar tasks that give satisfying results.

I went out on the deck early this morning and rescued all of these from the little baggies and jars they have been pickling and poaching in since a week ago. Lesson one...there was zero dye in the liquids.  In a while I will get some help getting these up to the laundry.

After being gone for a full week which included emergency  surgery and a short hospital stay, there is unpacking, paperwork, housework, web work...all sorts of work to get caught up on but right now reconnecting with family here, touching base with distant family and friends and putting my hands on the fabric is all I want to do.

My reason for traveling in the first place was a long overdue visit with my Mom. It was very hard to say goodbye yesterday.


  1. So glad you got back safely, and that you got to visit with your mom. I look forward to seeing the results of your week-long dye stew experiment! Don't overdo...

  2. happy to hear you are beginning to experience normal again. take care.

  3. Glad you're back safe and sound and that you had the chance to see your mom.

  4. Good to have you back safe. What a fabulous photo. There's nothing like a mother! :) Take Care. Hugs.

  5. What a special photo, Deb. Glad you are up and around.

  6. this photograph is Good. i hope
    you or someone in your family
    makes a copy for her to keep near.
    my heart to you during these times, love...........


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