I was rather chagrined to see, when I happened to look at my stats, how many people have still been faithfully stopping by here even though I haven't posted for over a month. Unless it's all robots just adding me to their endless collection of data.
What have we been doing? In October we had a splendid and lively party for a collection of Libra's including my MIL. We harvested plenty of vegetables from the garden and put it to sleep for the winter. We watched the leaves turn and went out to shoot video of the spectacular scenery we enjoy in New England. And just lately we took the Cog Railway to the summit of Mount Washington on a clear and yet warm day to begin collecting video for projects for them.
Olof fixed up the furnace room and put in a small shop in which he is designing pieces for high end video cameras. I started making jewelry again and got some to both my local League of NH Craftsmen shop and to my mother's gallery in Sandwich Ma. And I am getting ready to post pieces to a shop on Etsy.
This winter I have a lot of editing to do and we have some video shooting lined up. Right now we are waiting for snow and eyeing the Big Rock (Mount Washington) which I can see is white with snow though here in the valley we are still brown.
I will also restore some of my tee shirt designs on Cafe Press and I'll be working on printing some of those designs for jewelry.
The photo above is of Harper and Ramona their first winter here, back when they still cuddled together. They are now almost grownup cats, Harper is a hefty fourteen pounds while Ramona, who rules the household, is a svelte ten. They are endlessly entertaining and loving felines and usually I wake up with one of them cuddled up next to me.
It will be another long winter here in the Frozen North.
Thanks for stopping by, all of you. I should have time for more posting and to catch up on photos. There are plenty.