Well, vertigo decided to come and visit me. Now, to me, that means I can't do a lot of things, like drive or create, plus I didn't get my Connor fix today.
For those that know me, Connor is where I go every Wednesday. A group of ladies and men gather every Wednesday and Saturday for "lessons." Now if you really want a lesson, Gay can teach you anything. She is so talented. I learned how to bead, Kumihimo weaving, wire wrapping and how to make wrap bracelets there. Now, I take projects to work on. Others work on beading projects, wire wrapping, etc. So if you're ever in the area stop by West Fork Mountain Gallery and Crafts in Connor, MT. You won't believe the talent in this valley. Looking for a special gift, this is the place. If you want to join us on Wednesday or Saturday for class, bring your lunch, a project, grab a chair and sit a spell. Want to go fly fishing, Gay also has a shuttle service for fishermen.
What makes the vertigo so bad; I got two beautiful stones to wrap for a friend in the mail yesterday. I got so excited. I was already envisioning what they would become.
We're having really warm weather for December, in the 50s. Crazy! However, it's supposed to change tonight, snow in the forecast. We do need the snowpack, not only for water, but for fire danger.
Hubby and I plan to visit cousins for Christmas Day. I can already taste his prime rib! Yummy, the best I've ever had anywhere. We'll go if the pass stays in good shape. Don't want to travel over Lookout Pass if it's bad. Fingers are crossed for good roads. Molly and Sable will have someone new taking care of them. Not really new, as this friend visits us quite often but he has never taken care of them before.
I've been enjoying the pictures and videos of my great grandson. The wonder of a child discovering Christmas lights, trees and all the decorations is heart touching. Last year he was just a baby, but this year 18 months old.
Hope each and everyone of you have a wonderful Christmas filled with memories, hope, joy, and love.