Even at the best of times, my house is cluttered. But this is the state of my dining room table. A box of needles and crochet hooks from my mother's stash - anyone need some straight needles???
Piles of paper to do with her estate, funeral arrangements, condolence cards (which I haven't had the strength to open), Christmas cards (ditto) - both ours and hers - bills (both ours and hers) yet to be paid, a box of cards I purchased to send to distant friends and relatives, some of whom may not have heard the news, my year end...and on it goes.
I am drowning in paper and things that need to be done, sooner rather than later.
Just to add to the chaos, the weather has warmed up and the siding guy has returned and is hammering on the walls.
There is also a firm deadline in the studio that needs to be met, but at least I was able to start the weaving. I'm hoping Doug can go pressing next week so I can get the hemming done.
I am still not in a fit state to be making life changing decisions but I have confirmed a workshop in October, and just sent an email to Olds College asking when the satellite classes here in May will be up on the web site. May and June of this year are going to be incredibly busy if all the classes scheduled go ahead, but it is very heartening to see the interest in the Olds Master Weaving program growing.