The one I have on my loom in the house now is one for my daughter. A beautiful rust color, plain weave and oh-so-soft rayon. It is the color she wanted on the last one but I had added the cream and blue and she only wanted the rust. So now she might get it before long.
Speaking of my daughter, she has had a lot of trouble with her left leg this summer. First there was a blood clot in it, then it was going numb. She fell a lot when it was going numb and finally broke her hip. Surgery last weekend and she came home yesterday. Lots and lots of pain for her, both before surgery and now at home. But she is getting better and God is healing her.
Her little white parakeet was attacked by one of our cats while we were gone the other day to the hospital. All the kitties denied doing it but there were white feathers all over the floor when I got home that afternoon. The redness is from the feathers being pulled out but its not blood. She was very traumatized and quiet for a couple days but now seems to be her old talkative self. She and the gray one chatter all day to each other and themselves in the little mirrors. They are so cute but sure don't want to be held. We try but they keep far away from us.
Our goats are all doing well, the cashmere boys have been mowing the pasture for the last couple months. They finally got big enough to be able to spend time over there without Bella to guard them. Unfortunately they can't stay over night because of the coyotes. Bella won't stay over there at night, what a little coward she is! Dolly lived over there, Bella will only go when she feels in the mood. Mostly she sleeps in the house all day and most of the night.
With the inclement weather coming right around the corner, I needed a shelter for the little goats. My builder friend has hurt himself and can't build the one I wanted, so I ordered one from our hardware store and plan on putting it together myself. Today I unloaded all the pieces and stood them up against the fence by the woods where I will put the little shed. From the directions, it doesn't look too hard to put together. The only hard part is putting the roof on. The parts all screw or slide together but the roof is pretty heavy for me. I will get my niece to help but not sure if the two of us can do it properly. I guess we will see. Nice weather Fri, Sat and Sun, so am planning on completing it this weekend.
This is their picture of the shed. I will post a picture of the one we put together when we finish putting the roof on.
We did some really fun things this summer. Went to the art show at the park in Cd'A, ate lots, bought a few things at the sidewalk sale and generally just enjoyed being out in that beautiful sun by the lake. A few weeks ago we went to a gun show and took some knives to sell. It was fun but sure didn't see too many folks buying anything. Two days is plenty for me.
We hit a few yard sales and mostly just worked around here. We've picked fruit, I planted a couple things in the garden (nothing turned out very well again this year) but I enjoyed mowing my grass. I love that job, always have. Especially now that I don't have to work as hard pushing a mower around the yard.