Thursday, April 7, 2011


I am back from my trip to Taos, my quince is in FULL bloom (oh, if only each of those blooms will produce a fruit for me this year!), and I am itching to weave! However, there are a few details that need to be agreed upon for the commission tapestries to begin, and it may take awhile, due to scheduling, to get together on that. So, in the meantime, I am cleaning my studio, have designed the "April" tapestry in the Calendar series, and have some painting I need to get done.

... Not to mention yard work..... and certainly I'll not mention spring cleaning, which is actually haunting my dreams lately. And nobody wants me to mention the canine good citizen test we are trying to prepare Booker to take.

Speaking of Booker, here is a recent photo my husband took on a hike. Booker hates the heat, and managed to find this mudhole to cool off in before my husband could stop him. Now does this mud-puppy look like a good citizen, or like a dog who will totally mud-wallow my husband's new pick-up? He did get another cool-off in his bath a bit later.

Ah, spring is in the air, and a young dog's fancy turns to tracking in mud!

1 comment:

Mary said...

We have similar photos of our dog, she loves to lie in the mud puddles also, even in winter. And the mud usually smells!