Another day in Susan Gordon's world at the workshop with storyteller Donald Davis. Stories swirling around us.
I sit again in the comfortable wooden rocker on the left side of the circle where the bird feeder is in my sight line.
Chicadees are busy all day.
A pair of doves appears but I can only capture one.
The timing was never right to snap the two vivid red cardinals.
Knitting is a grand companion during two days of story listening - especially a long scarf which requires no counting and thinking. You just have lovely color and texture in your hands while you focus on a story.
I bought this soft chenille yarn at WEBBS when Kate Dudding and I traveled to Elizabeth Ellis's story week-end in MA last May. That day I bought beautiful red wool and mohair and this chartreuse chenille yardn. I was greedy over this color so this is the second long scarf from it. Alison wears that first scarf.
Today when I broke the end of the yarn after the last stitch it felt good to close it out in story. Maybe I will keep this one for myself.