In the meantime, work on the website is resuming and tax prep needs to get back to speed, so maybe it's not too bad. As long as I have patient customers and shops, I'll get through this little set-back and be back to speed before too long.
Our local fabric store is closing down so I have been picking up thread, notion, and fabric for a quilt I've been wanting to make. I found this amazing old measuring tape at a thrift store on the weekend and couldn't help picking it up for the sewing box. Somehow working with old tools and pretty thread makes me want to dive into the quilt project, even though I'm a little hesitant considering all the work I have going on in the studio, not to mention the prospect of having to move in the next few months.
On that front, our place still isn't listed for sale yet, so we are sitting tight while the boys try to finish up the school year. We aren't sure where we will find our next home and neighbourhood but are pretty open to moving a little closer to my studio in East Vancouver. Crossing a bridge to get into Vancouver can at times be problematic (traffic!!) and bus fare costs more between North Vancouver and the city, so those are a couple more reasons to think about moving back to Vancouver. We will, however, dearly miss our neighbours, the walking trails at the end of each road, the quiet street, and of course, the school and community that that has brought us. We have had some really great years and times in this place- for which I am so grateful!
Hope you have a great week! Stay well!