I have to focus a little better than I did yesterday. I had planned to do some laundry and fluff the fiber on the drying racks to put it away for the next go round, but with our power being out for hours the day before and the nonstop rain all day, it didn’t quite dry. I spread it out as best I could and have it on sweater racks with built in fans, hanging herb dryers with fans on them and a dehumidifier in the room itself. That usually does the trick but with no power, none of that was working and air drying that much fiber takes a while. Any tips? I’d love to hear them! And no, I don’t wash it in the washing machine or dry it in the dryer. I’ll show why in another post. Every mishap brings me closer to a better method. I hope!
After I checked and the fiber was damp, I got a text from a friend asking if I had something she needed. Sure! It’s in my closet, and before I knew it, was rearranging a closet to find that one tiny item. I found it but I had been meaning to straighten that closet up for a few months now. I almost got bitten by the same bug when I folded and put the laundry away. Almost. Next week. That drawer can wait. I’ve been neglecting everything around here and need to buckle down. I don’t know how I juggled so many balls in the air for so many years. But I did and I loved doing it. Are you more efficient when you are busier?
I better get the day going! Lots to do before I go. The fog is clearing a bit and I think it is supposed to be dry, but the ground is truly saturated. Thank goodness for my alpaca fiber filled erosion tubes.
And for Harry From The Bill of Rights, U.S. Constitution:
In suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury shall be otherwise reexamined in any court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law.”
In the meantime, remember to wash your hands, don’t touch your face, get outside for some fresh air and keep the length of an alpaca cria (which is a baby alpaca and about 3 feet long) between you and the next person.
Have a blessed day!