Sunday, April 06, 2008

foot wear

Caught on the floor this afternoon in the kitchen



I went down to the studio to wind my warp; I have 40 more warp ends to wind, then I can dress the loom. The sky cleared and the temperature soared while I was there. Spring/summer is here, I think.

Roast chicken for dinner and a new week starts . . .

13 comments:

LeenaM said...

Good Monday morning!
I am glad, that you have there warm spring days now, the spring is full of new starts and lives.
Have a rewarding week,Beth!

Anonymous said...

Love the little orange crittar!
Carolyn
http://willowhouse.typepad.com

Sally Crawford from London said...

'Dressing the loom': what a phrase - it reaches back down the ages to Penelope and beyond.

I admire yr clean kitchen floor . . . ;)

Merisi said...

I I second Sally's comment, especially the one about the kitchen floor! ;-)
I also like the two different critters "meeting" down there.

Katie Alender said...

How did the cello thing go?

STacie said...

A great family pic...was the cat checking out the cute dog on the cover of that mag?

Ex-Shammickite said...

I see a cook book... The Cooking of the British Isles. Hmmm.
Overcooked veggies, lumpy gravy and Lard Pie with Lard Sauce.
And I'm from Britain!

d. chedwick bryant said...

how cute, sheep shoes and orange...dog?


Ought to send you some unmarked samples and have you spend some time with them and write reviews. I have always wanted to do that.

tut-tut said...

Shammie: Yes, it's in the Time-Life series, a book procured when I was having my intense love affair with eBay. It has great photos from the early/mid 70s when I was spending time in Britain, so I love it. And it has some very good recipes, too.

Ched: YES! Would love to do so; e-mail me if you want to.

lettuce said...

is that one of soul's friends?
i like the sheepy slippers. but don't you feel an obligation to keep your feet together all the time?
;op

and ex-shammie, i'm surprised at you! british cooking is not what it used to be - tho the best of it was always pretty good. That's school dinners you're describing that is!

Gledwood said...

those shoes look pretty funky... but what on EARTH is the orange thing?

Pecos Blue said...

I really like the slippers!

Cergie said...

I'm happy because now my younger son is at home for a while. I'm happy because when it rains and I want to go outside, I may enter in his shoes very easily.