Now and then it's good to pause in our pursuit of happiness and just be happy.
- Guillaume Appolinaire
Today Ysolda's class begins (it's SO beautiful, fyi-- wow. I'm not sure I can learn how to knit a sweater just by watching the videos over and over, but I might just do that anyway because wow-- so beautiful) and with that on its feet and our September session launched - it feels that I can finally catch my breath and settle into this new scene.
We still need to get the birch branch rods up and the curtains hung -- as well as unpack a few boxes or ten-- but for the most part, we have settled in to the new Squam HQ and it feels so good. Although I always loved working from home and cherished the particular blessings it had (such as no need to head out into bad weather or fight traffic), having a space outside of the home has been a huge and fabulous shift for me.
Oddly, when I first moved to Providence, I was walking down the street snapping pictures and saw this guy doing the craziest ass thing. What's so wild is that THAT is my office building and the guy is right outside the window I am sitting at right now.
Weird. Life is so weird. But good, right? Definitely. So good.
What I'm most excited about digging into now are the plans for our Ravelry Revelry and all the yarn bombing that's gonna get me quite loopy with laughter. We also have a whole host of teachers who will be joining us for the Taproot Gathering and I am looking forward to giving you a chance to get to know them better, too.
So that's what's going on over here. The ground is softening, seeds are taking root and some very sweet Spring magic seems to be cresting the horizon.
More soonest -
P.S. Had to share this last one from Kaitlyn (who snapped all the office photos here on her i-phone, clever girl that she is) which is a bit trippy . . and all bendy, but you know-- fun!
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