August 17, 2013

posting from the computer today- i think this may actually be a first since i started this.  i’m always working off the phone.  but today it is charging and there is a mountain of work to do-

like:

ship out orders!  collected during the show and while i was away.

gather together the items, pack them up and print the labels.

and make lists of things that need to be finished or made for some of them.

then do it.

chloe is here today to iron ribbon.  yesterday i dyed 3 colors-black, teal, and green.  i will be out wrapping ribbon all day.

might take a break to shoot a little video here and there, water the garden, pick my dinner.  there are lots of things to eat out there since i got back.  but nothing much in the house- so this morning i had to make some scones.

how rich can one be?

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8 thoughts on “August 17, 2013

  1. puis je avoir du? merci beaucoup…I can’t speak Japonais, but I can slaughter Francais…lololol those crumpets look so delish… and I eagerly await my order of goodies too…
    Namaste
    ant [anna in hot Tampa]

    • ha! yours is on the table to finish today. maybe i can include a scone! but alas, i just went out to the garage and the garage door spring broke. can’t open the door normally. i replaced them myself a number of years ago so am off to home depot to buy a new set, i hope. i just watched some youtube vids to remind me but realize that all of them assume you have a motor driven door. this is the same old door here from 1922. never changed or modernized…

      Glennis Dolce http://www.shiborigirl.wordpress.com

      Sent from my iPhone

  2. Hello Glennis,
    Thursday, I looked up the book “The Unknown craftsman” online in the library catalog. Great! there is a copy in French available, Sunday morning, I go to pick it up, someone took it out on Friday.
    There must be another Daily dyer reader out there in Montréal….faster than me.
    Thank you for your books suggestions and for your postings
    Diane

    • there is a lot to wonder about in that book. it has been translated into many languages. there has been lots of criticism as well. a sign of something worth reading. glad you have access to a copy. i was able to get mine on paperbackswap.com but had to wait over a year! worth the wait.

    • funny- somehow we remain on the same wavelength despite the distance and the fact we have never met in person. one day….
      i think you will find your thoughts reflected many times in that book.

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