It has been a very long hiatus from my blog. Not on purpose, but because time started to pass and then it became harder and harder to find the right way and the right time to re-engage with this blog which has become a time-based document of my hand-weaving practice and my life at the periphery of that practice. So, here I am easing myself back into my blog with a plethora of photos from my life in the past four or five months. The major event of my life and work in recent times is that we moved into our beloved school house on June 1st and shortly after I started work full-time with Parks Canada for another summer season. We are still plugging away at doorways, trims and much more - but as autumn falls, we turn our attention to getting our home ready for winter. It has been a glorious and busy summer, and I have been so happy to come home at the end of every workday to our school house home. I finish work with Parks for the season in about 3-4 weeks and I look forward to slowing down, and spending time weaving in the home I have been dreaming about for the past year.