Thursday, October 28, 2010

rhythm

I've been reading and writing in the mornings, usually until noon. Then I go outside, to walk or do yard work before driving into town. First, I stitch the Earth Ark panel alone in the church hall and then spend another chunk of time in my studio with Mended Planet. It's rare to get into this kind of rhythm and I am loving it.



The circle project has been meeting in the church hall every Thursday for a year now. Sixty eight have participated over the past year, some every Thursday, others only once. I've made a cake to celebrate and look forward to seeing who shows up today.

9 comments:

La Dolce Vita said...

it will be lovely to see who shows up and what a wonderful way to connect, it must feel great...

Dolores said...

You are an early bird. Wonderful project the ladies are working on.

Penny Berens said...

Keep that rhythm going so that you get the paper done, then relax over christmas and then come for a visit!

Jacky said...

It is lovely to get into a rhythm, everything feels right.
I really enjoy this quilt project that you share with us on your blog...feels like we are involved in a small way.
Enjoy your quiet time.

Jacky xox

Mindful Musings said...

Such soothing thoughts on rhythm .... and such beautiful photographs.

April said...

mom i love you.....

chrissythreads said...

It all looks very calming and peaceful just like your work. Many congrats. on the progress of your community project

Phyllis said...

I absolutely love reading your posts. I probably should not say this, but you have created an enviable life. And I say this because I think it is hard to create and hold on to a life with this sort of commitment and evolution and accomplishment. I am such a scattered person, always blowing in the wind. You seem to be the sturdy solid flagpole in the ground that knows how to withstand the storms and still go on creating incredible art and thoughts.

Jeana Marie said...

I really just have to say that I love the cake!!! I hope you had many with you to celebrate.

rhythm~sigh. It is rare :)