Monday, January 28, 2008

Checking In

I am feeling a little better but this bug has me down for the count. I was lying in bed this morning thinking that maybe I could get to some of the projects that need working on. Once I get up my stomach tells me in no uncertain terms that its not time yet. Oh it is so frustrating just sitting around all the time.

This is a card the lovely Gemma sent me. It has a real cotton plant on it. I love it Gemma. You are so sweet to send it to me.

Here is the box of cotton that she picked for me. I hope I will be able to start spinning as soon. It really is quite nice. Thanks Gemma.

After driving to Camas to see these guys I found out they hang out in my neighborhood. It appears they hang out in the big haystack. They seem to find a little cubby hole to hide from the wind and just sit there for hours and hunt. It is strange to have never seen a barn owl before and then to see them all over. I guess it all boils down to knowing where to look.


Janet said...

Oh, NO!! You have that nasty bug. I am just now starting to recover from it. Take good care of yourself and rest, rest, rest.

How great to have a whole box of hand-picked cotton!!

Julie Marie said...

Sorry to hear you are still sick. What a wonderful thing for Gemma to send you. She is so great. And now you are going to spin it - wow!

Love the barn own photo. I know we have them here too but I have never seen one.


Gemma said...

Hope you are feeling better.
Glad you got the cotton...looking forward to sseing what you spin from it.Is that enough cotton??? I really wasn't sure!

KaiBlueCreations said...

Aloha Kate,
Isn't that just the most precious thing, Gemma is soo sweet. I'll be waiting to see what you create.. :)

I love the owl, he is such a handsome fellow, Their features are so wise and unique..

PEace and love, Kai xx

MissKoolAid said...

I hope you won't be sick for too long! Being idle really sucks! Take good care of yourself.


JoyceAnn said...

Hope you're feeling better.

Gemma's card is wonderful and I can't wait to see what you create with the cotton.

Enjoyed the photo of the barn owl , you take wonderful pics.