Briar Rose Fibers
It was fun to spin and I hope it will be fun to knit with. Not that I knit anymore, but whatever. Either the world is going to end or winter will come.
Or a little of both.
This is also the end of my Rhinebeck fiber stash. There's still yarn from that annual sheep/fiber show but that's it for the fiber. Yeah, I know. Gotta do something about that this year.
I know. I know. The people who pay attention and the ones out in the azaleas are wondering where the Rhinebeck stuff came from because the azalea people will tell you that it's been a long time since I was gone overnight.
This fact alone makes me sad on several levels but whatever. One day, the azalea people will get their meds adjusted enough to go home or move on to someone else.
I asked our Anne if she would be willing to buy me some fiber type stuff at the Rhinebeck last year. Of course, I thought of this and texted her the question 2 days before the show but whatever. Anne is so truly fabulous. She said yes, I told her how much I was wanting her to spend in my name and told her to pick what she wanted. I trust her, love her, blah, blah, blah.
She did great. Of course, she did! She's Anne!
Anyway, that's where the Rhinebeck fiber came from.
In a weather related update, yes, Friday was much better! With a high in the 80s and a fabulous breeze that pushed the smoke away, it was a nice day. Both meteorologically and personally.
When training a submissive, you break them down to nothing and rebuild them the way you want them. In a non-twisted relationship with me*, the breaking down goes both ways and the rebuilding is a fragile thing at times. Totally worth the work but still a hard thing. The rebuilding is totally worth it and things will only improve with time and effort, but it was a week.
No, there's no story for you from any of the above.
Being an enigma wrapped in a mystery while wearing handknit socks takes hard work, ya know. ;^)
* Not that I have relationships because I do NOT.