the 28th list of Very Good Things

Broken out in Flickr, as ever.

Rhinebeck was amazing. We received a last- minute invitation to vend and Gryphon, the elves and I threw everything we could find into the SG van and ran off to New York to have a mini- adventure.

It was completely unexpected and absolutely fantastic. I find Maryland autumns to be a little lackluster, and every few years I need a trip back north to get a real jolt of fall. This was exactly what I needed.

We had a fantastic time meeting old friends, new friends, and our wonderful helpers, who were there at set- up, tear- down, and for all the cocoa, coffee, and artichoke runs. I can’t wait to do this show again next year.

In other news, there are other things, but that’s for another post. I keep saying that, don’t I? I mean to prioritize this blog more- to make writing at all a priority- and yet I keep getting distracted. I’m trying, Internet. I’m trying.

  One thought on “the 28th list of Very Good Things

  1. Angela Marie Byczkowski (lucytoo on Ravelry)
    October 30, 2010 at 1:23 pm

    It was so great to see you and Gryphon at Rhinebeck, if only for a few minutes! So glad you had fun.

    Autumn in New York can’t be beat, it is my favorite time of year.

    Thanks for your list of very good things… always makes me stop and contemplate the good, and put into perspective the not so good!


    • October 30, 2010 at 6:16 pm

      Rhinebeck was a dream- we had such an amazing time there, and it was INCREDIBLE to meet everyone. And oh, autumn in New York? I wish I could bottle that and bring it everywhere with me.

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