Last fall the house went on the market - bad timing for South Dakota. Seasons, ya know. Winter, cold, snow....
Now that spring is in sight, there has been some interest, so it's all good. :)
While I've been waiting life goes on.
Both looms are naked. No warp, and I'm putting off putting one on! If I did, I would be too tempted to weave instead of doing the rehab on my 5$ loom.
Here is the before picture. When she's done, I'll show you her after picture. I'm going for a tighten up, spitshine type of deal. I didn't strip all the blue paint off, just scraping the loose stuff off, sanding and overstaining her. I'm all for letting the history show.
Mostly what I need to get is a good tighten and square up for this loom. I tried to get my ex to do it for me, but his current wife said no - LOL.
While I'm waiting for the house to sell, I've been working lots of hours... As usual! I am so tired of overtime. Five years of close to 50 hours a week average and I am worn out. Tomorrow I have testing and a consult for my left hand for carpel tunnel symptoms, and on my right arm, I have another appointment for a repetitive injury claim from work. My right arm went on strike last week. We'll see what they say is wrong with it.
I am so tired, last fall I asked my father to do me a huge favor. My ponies went to live with my parents. First time since before I was married that I didn't have my horses out my kitchen window. I miss them, but I just couldn't bear the thought of the effort it was going to take to give minimum care to the girls this winter. My dad ( or my brother ) is out every day caring for his cows and calves, and he had an empty lot, so they went 45 miles away.
No more worrying about frozen water fountains, hauling hay, and protecting them from the weather.
Here's a picture of Miss Buzz. She is, as they say, 'prosperous'.
So basically I'm in a holding pattern. Hard to start new projects, hard to get excited, but I'm keepin' on keepin' on.
All for now,