Well I have for one have had enough snow---it was pretty but I am over it. We are supposed to get in the 40's this afternoon so hoping more of it will go away. I want sidewalks and running paths back. Last weekend we did our long runs in Corporate Woods, a business park, so we could run on the streets, and plan to do that again today, Last Sunday was 8 miles and today is 9 miles. It is getting closer...next Saturday I am running a 4 mile St. Patrick's day race so won't do a long run---leaving on Sunday for a workshop in MS and don't want to risk being sore---so will most likely do another 9 miler when I get back. That will give me a chance to hopefully get a 10 and an 11 before I drop back down the weekend before to a 6. I am sure glad I have a running buddy to do this with me---thanks Kelly!!!
Well I have home classes this week on Monday and Wednesday---looking forward to seeing everyone.
Here is my newest cupboard design called Fruit Jar Floral---it was fun to hook.
Here is a picture of my "Paisley on Paisley" pattern hooked at the Fall Foliage camp in Vermont by Susan Russo---it is always fun and rewarding to receive pictures from former students. I love all the different ways this pattern can be interpreted.
Here is another photo of Early Frost Adaptation hooked by Larry Walton at a workshop in Nebraska---great job Larry! I really like how it turned out.
I hope you all have a great day!