My world: April 9, 2020

I was mostly a work-from-home even before the pandemic, but there’s a world of difference between “I don’t need to go out” and “don’t go out unless absolutely necessary.” It’s become a little harder to remember what day of the week it is and I need to make a point of getting outside now that my part-time job is on hold.

Happily, on a grey day like today it’s pretty easy to sit back in the comfy chair with coffee and knitting and be OK with not going anywhere. I moved some furniture around in the studio and now I’ve got a good view of the road, and the traffic which is minimal even for this rural location.

The rain has begun and I can almost see the lawn greening up. We might get some snow tonight, but it will probably melt away quickly.

That’s it I guess. Nothing profound. Just a quick hello from Vermont. 👋

Author: Jennifer Kortfelt

Owner, Heron Pond Designs, a fiber and textile exploration.

2 thoughts on “My world: April 9, 2020”

  1. Hello from New York! I love how the rain brings out the colors of the grass. We are having a rainy day, too. I think I’ll start organizing my stash. Once I make progress on that, I’ll sit and admire my handiwork with a cuppa coffee!

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