|University of Connecticut's Agi Center|
Saturday, June 13, 2015
Ah, this brings back memories of my college days at the University of Connecticut where I spent more time visiting the barns (it's an agricultural school among other things) than in the library. Spring was the best time with all the lambies being born. In the evening, the babies would be all tucked in with clean hay and soft glow lights in their pens surrounded by their siblings with mom planted securely in the middle of them all. It was a quiet and most peaceful nursery. My roommate made such fun of me. Where's Suze, people would ask. She's down talking to the sheep. Ha Ha. One night I absolutely insisted that she join me on my evening rounds. I wanted her to understand and bless her heart, she did. She was entranced and finely understood the pleasure of being in a hay-strewn barn at dusk with well-cared for animals breathing lightly on full stomachs, nodding off to sleep. There's just something about that.
Tuesday, June 2, 2015
I don't know how Blue Sky does it. Twice a year they come out with new colors, new patterns and oftentimes new yarn. Their marketing and packaging are extraordinary. They just added 3 colors to Extra, a luxury yarn we debuted at last year's yarn crawl. They are: Canyon, Mist, and Ocean. When I sprung these yarn samples from the muslin bag, I gasped and said ....ohhhhhh! You will too when you see them! We'll have them in for our San Diego Yarn Crawl which starts September 17-20. It's a Don't Miss!