I have not fallen into a black hole…well, not exactly. I’ve been having trouble uploading anything with posts, especially with pictures, onto my blog with the internet service I have at my office. So hopefully I can rework what I had and post it later.
We will have our internet service installed at our house on Monday and it is my expectation that I will then be able to resume blogging–with pictures. I have to keep remembering this is small town southside Virginia. We don’t move quickly here.
In the meantime, I’m working slowly on my Aspen Grove Shawl. That’s about all I’ve managed to squeeze in with hitting the ground running back into full-time parish ministry.
I have found out the dates and times that the local quilt guild meets and will try to go to their next meeting. That will provide great encouragement, I’m sure.
Once I’m back on-line with a stronger signal I’ll be able to pick back up with my Ravelry friends, too, and look toward putting together a local knitting group.
Emporia, while small, is very nice–lots of beautiful Victorian style houses and friendly people. We have to go a distance to do much substantive shopping, but since I’m not a huge shopper, that’s not too big a deal.
No local yarn or quilt or fabric shops, though, so that’s too bad. But there are some about 90 minutes away–not too bad, except for the price of gas.
I may not try to post again until Monday, but I should have something to show by then. Thanks for hanging in there with me.