I've been trying to get ready for Spindle Camp ever since I got home from the conference on Sunday. I prepared these bats yesterday. I have a feeling that I'm going to run out of spinning before Sunday, so I'm taking a basket of knitting too.
And I finished these towels yesterday. We have a little market of sorts and I wanted to have these ready for sale.
I always take soap for our little market, but this is all I have ready for sale, so when I went into town today to pick up our CSA box, I went by the artists coop, thinking I could pick up the bars that have these labels. I have a box of soap there with rock art labels, but I'm way off. The rock art show is next month. That means I'll be labeling soap in the morning, but there has to come a point when you say - enough. I did enough for today. I made chili this morning for the potluck and it's in double freezer bags tonight, going into the ice chest tomorrow. I made meatloaf for our dinner so I can have it cold for sandwiches. Enough.
This is a quick shot of our CSA box. I cooked the beet and turnip greens up to accompany the meatloaf. Until we started in the CSA program, I shunned greens and I have no idea why. They are delicious. The two vague baggies are lettuce greens and that totally changes up my food plans. I need to take advantage of their short life and pack them somehow.
I just checked the weather and nothing has changed. It's going to be a firecracker hot weekend, just like last year only worse. Look for me deadman floating in Lake Francis in the purple bathing suit.