I am in Chicago for the next several days, knitting a baby surprise jacket for, surprise! My toddler grand daughter. We are also anxiously awaiting the arrival of her new brother. Could be seriously any minute now.
This morning I took advantage of a rare quiet moment to update my class schedule on this blog. Look under teaching schedule for more information. I have added a rigid heddle weaving class in Elk Rapids in April. I have also added a Rigid heddle class at NMC in late May, and an introduction to coil basket class in June.
I will still be in Chicago at the time of the opening of the Opening for the Michigan Handweavers Guild biannual at the Dennos Museum on March 19. I will be sorry to miss the opening, but very excited to see what my fellow fiber artists have been up to. I haven't heard yet if my two tapestries made it in, fingers crossed!
In the meantime I have been doing yoga (yoGA) with Teagan. Strolling around the neighborhood (hi doggy! Bye bye doggie!) with Teagan. Reading to Teagan (BOOK! BOOK!) and "napping" with Teagan. We went to the children's museum at Navy Pier. Great place! we spent a bit of time in the stuffed animal room. There were at least 20 stuffed dogs, cats and rats scattered around the room. Interspersed were furry vests and Scaly tails for dressing up as your favorite beasty. Another room geared for toddlers and babies was filled with items to stimulate imagination, like a pine cone table, streamers, magnetic blocks and much more. Both rooms were filled with kids and parents. Chicago is a great place to live. But I am happy to be a visitor, and look forward to returning to watch Spring arrive at my lake up north.