The weekend is turning out to be the shot in the arm I needed, after a long, cold winter and a lot of hard work getting ready for my first big show. The weather yesterday morning was iffy for the farmer's market, so I lingered a while, waiting for the rain to stop and clouds to clear. I'm so glad we decided to go. I had missed the first market day when I was at Md. Sheep and Wool. I hear I didn't miss much as it was cold and rainy here. The sun came out and we had a fantastic day, with steady traffic and friends stopping by to say hello. I even had people from the Morristown area, where I lived in NJ for so many years, visit me in Hamilton. I had a huge wool sale, which was quite the thrill, as most people have no idea what to do with all that colorful fluffy stuff, and my artsy handspun is way too pricey for "civilians." I was able to pick up the Amish butter, jalapeno muffins and Jake's Gouda I had missed over the winter. I spent some time plying the bobbins I filled in Maryland while chatting with customers. LOVE this recent run of Mother Fiber. It slips through my fingers so beautifully, and the chartreuse next to the fuschia and purple is so pretty.