We have done everything that I think is possible. Hikes, posters, Facebook, contacting all the authorities, clothes hanging in the yard that may help her smell her way home. But, now I think we just have to rely on someone else. That someone will spot her and bring her back home. The middle of the nights have been hard. When I lay there and wonder where she is. Is the storm that is passing through scaring her? Is she is hungry? Is she looking for us and can't find us? Then I think about other possibilities. Is she stuck on something in the forest and can't get free? Does someone have her and is trying to make her their pet? Has she been hit by a car? However, she has tags and is microchipped. Those are the two things that keep my thoughts positive.
It's the not knowing that is the hardest.
Wool and the Gang?
I was in awe of their inspiration wall.
That's me and the amazing Ali. Who graciously showed us around their awesome space.
Jersey Be Good yarn. It's made from fabric roll off-cuts from fashion factories in turkey. The local women take the unused ends of the rolls and make them into this yarn. It could have gone into the landfill, but instead we get to have some fun. So grateful for that.
The zig zag shopper. A simple, super fast project, with a big, bang of fun!