I took this picture the other day, while trying to photograph Miss Jessie. I love all the big trees. I love Washington State. We live at the end of a dead-end street. Most of the yard is in front. The back yard is teeny tiny. We have awesome neighbors - the kind who would help you out any time of the day or night. The kind who keep their eyes on your house if you go away.
My shoulder has been so much better for the past week. Tonight it flared up, as if to remind me not to get too comfortable, with being comfortable. I treasured every good day I had though!
On Saturday my husband and I will be selling at the farmer's market in Battle Ground (the next town over). This will be the first time we have ever done anything like this. My dear friend Kay of The Rustic Cottage will be selling in the booth with us. She is a pro at this type of thing, and we are so grateful to her for taking us under her wing and teaching us the ropes. It will be fun to have that face to face interaction with customers, to see their reaction, get their input, etc. Of course there is that little bit (okay, a lot) of anxiety....will anyone like what we made, will anyone buy it and so on. I am very excited though and I know we will have fun, even if we don't sell a thing.