Smoky Mountain Colors

Friday, May 04, 2007

A No Picture Post

The fast pace around here is now the norm. Like I have mentioned in the past we've been dealing with a lot of change and closure on things because of a decision my EX made. One day soon I will share the whole thing. Now his life is wonderful and he is happy, but it's at a great cost and he doesn't even realize it. His kids are the price.

Like I have said before we are moving, some where. We are staying in GA. With Sara's internship at the bakery and GT about to finish homeschool and take his GED, I can't see moving out of state. We have so many friends here and our roots are pretty much dug deep in the red clay of Georgia. We've been looking at house and some of my friends have been taking time out of their days and going and looking for me too. I'm still trying to make a dent in what to get rid of and what to keep. Some of the furniture is beautiful expensive furniture we got when were got married and now I can't stand to look at it. So it's going first off.

Ok I don't want to talk anymore about that let's talk about knitting. About the only knitting I have been doing is on a shawl. I will take some pictures of the first one soon. I started a second one Monday night. Nearly all my knitting students are making shawls. We are all giving them away. I have some wonderful knitting students, each of them bring such a great energy to the classes and we have a good time. I look forward to them so much. I can only hope that I give them when what they give to me.

And for those who know Gunther. Gunther is now 21 months old about 127 lbs and maturing into a find boy. His training is on going and he has been the therapy in the world for what we have been going through.


Diana said...

If you ever get tired of GA, we have room for you here in New York!

Erin said...

It sounds like you're working through things slowly but surely. It also sounds like you have some very supportive friends! Just remember we're here for you too.

Cass said...

I'm sorry you are having such a rough time of it lately. Hope things get more peaceful for you. It's amazing in a sad way how blind people can get to those around them.

May your knitting be therapeutic! Can't wait to see the shawl.