The groundhog may have said we’re in for six more weeks of winter, but inside my soul spring is stirring. The ground is thawing, and I’m aware of some dry earth in need of “mois-tening” as my sweet friend Pixie puts it. It may be dry but it is fertile ground within, and after a weekend with my very own personal muses, the Elements, I’m excited and inspired to dig in.

I’ve decided to revive my blog; for now, the purpose is to give me a canvas of some sort to watch my creative journey, and this year I intend to keep it pretty much focused on the many varied creative stirrings. I expect you’ll hear about the belated-birthday sweater I’m pushing to finish for my beloved (whose blog-name I’ve not yet chosen) even as I curse myself for thinking it clever to present a gift in pieces. You’ll also hear about the adventurous retreat I’m taking in June to Squam Art Workshop in New Hampshire, where I’ll revel for three whole days in all things fiber. Along the way, I might share some particular inspirations in the kitchen or at the sewing table, and you might even get to see and read about what comes of my luscious trip to the art supply store – a branch of creativity that I am not familiar or comfortable with at all, but that I somehow feel inspired to dip my toes into.

I’m not promising anything. Keeping up a blog can be trying for me at times. But the possibilities…

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