The show was slow enough that there was time to talk to the neighbours and get to know them a little bit. That's always a nice perquisite when doing shows. The public so often has no idea what goes into being a crafts person trying to sell their work. The other exhibitors are my 'tribe', regardless of their craft.
I am hoping the weather isn't terrible because I would really like to get home by tomorrow night. It is going to take a concentrated effort to get everything that needs to be done, done, before we leave again on Thursday. I really have to learn to say no, but it always seems so...manageable...until reality sets in!
So, teaching next weekend, then the guild sale, and that is the last event of the year. I need to take a little time off and I'm thinking that stack of jigsaw puzzles might be just the thing to tackle for a couple of weeks. I'm pretty much caught up on the handwork until I get some more weaving done. But I also want to dig into the writing so the weaving will slow down a bit. And that is fine, too.