It is November 1 and undeniably Fall. The rainy spring and summer has created a most spectacular display this year in Kentucky to rival any I've seen in my life in the North East. Whatever season I'm in is my favorite, I admit. The lovely Earth as she changes her costume through the wheel of the year is a reminder to stop and take notice, to breathe and reflect on the joys and blessings in my life here at All One Farms.
The cottage shop, though not quite finished, is lovely in the evening sun amidst the ancient maples and willows.
As the business of Blueball Mountain Spindle and Needleworks continues to grow, the farm has changed and developed as well.
One guest room is now ready and served as accommodations for visting Spinning Teacher, Jacey Boggs (www. Insubordiknit.com) during an early Fall Workshop which I had the honor to fascilitate at our local Extension Office.
and relax during down time
Finally, since today is Dia de Los Muertos, I remember and honor my Mami, who passed away this Summer after a long illness. Her gifts to me include personal strength, perseverence and steadfastness in your goals, creative energy, and a love of beauty. Blessed be.