"Anyone who thinks fallen leaves are dead has never watched them dancing on a windy day."
October 20, 2022
Everything looks golden this morning. As I looked out the window, the sun was peeking through the trees, which already have pumpkin colored and rusty red leaves lending them a glow they would not have had otherwise. I’m still amazed by the colors the leaves become each fall. At a smidge over 22* this morning, I’m grateful to have my comfy chair, warm house, cup of tea and my window.
I can hear CNBC on in the background and Jay and Jack are discussing via text what the market may bring-what works, what doesn’t. The sounds of the morning.
I can smell the coffee Jay made. Smells so cozy-I can smell it! Woohoo! After loosing my senses of taste and smell for over a year, it’s coming back slowly. I really appreciate it.
What have I been up to? We’ll, I’ve been regrouping. Mostly trying to streamline and get a handle on what I do well and what I want to do. I’ve been trying to figure out who my ideal customer is. I switched to Shopify and the analytics help a lot with that, but there is nothing like an in person event, like Fort Ligonier Days to really hone in. I love doing this specific show and meeting all of you! More on that in the days to come.
Today, I’m prepping for raggz fiber affair in Delmont this weekend. It’s more fiber and yarn related and so wonderful to be among other growers and fiber artists. It’s from 10 AM-3PM. Maybe I’ll see you there.
This is getting too long, but I just wanted to drop in and say hello and share a few photos.
Have a blessed day, stay warm and be yourself. God made us all with a purpose. Time to find mine.