Well we certainly are in interesting times! I made the decision to cancel Knit Night this morning. I did feel like crying. Knit Night for my mental health is essential. Connection to others is a vital part of what it means to be human. We lived in tribes for most of our existance and modern… Continue reading May you live in interesting times…
Knit Spin Weave is still open regular hours. Initially I really did not comprehend the severity of this virus. I had been observing all the recommendations to protect others but it really hadn't sunk in. After listening to ABC radio this morning and hearing the death rate is 10x that of the flu, I had… Continue reading Covid-19 Precautions
It's one of our oldest technologies. Passed from generation to generation. It has physically shaped us. We no longer have hair to keep us warm, we have the dexterity in our fingers. It's a craft that has evolved with us. A craft that connects us to the earliest humans. A thread through time and history.… Continue reading 30,000 plus Years and still going strong.
I have been reflecting on who I am and who I want to be. My life is full, raising seven children and doing all I do. The essence of who I am is at times lost in all that I do. I find myself defined by what I do rather than who I am. (Pretty… Continue reading A philosophy of kindness
A lovely benefit of being a one person business is not having to be a ‘we’ but to be an ‘I’. To speak for myself not for others. I don’t have to hide behind the ‘we’. I don’t have to pretend I’m bigger and more important than others. I don’t have to put a distance… Continue reading The I and the We of it.