Gentle Thornbush Report Readers,
Covid-19 has caused a lot of lifestyle changes. My own has not changed all that much, but I am using my time differently. And I’ve decided that I will no longer force myself into putting together a monthly report. Never fear, the blog will continue on. But I’ve decided to have shorter posts with news worthy items only. No more “did this in the garden and this on the cottage, etc.”
Short and sweet, and no doubt less frequent unless something mighty interesting comes along.
So to kick this off right, here is my news:
I’ve been interviewed by the San Juan County Textile Guild. And that interview has been placed on our new YouTube channel along with interviews from half a dozen other guild members. Here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eL0LXKwdSLA It’s almost 12 minutes long and there are pictures embedded in it of things I’ve been working on.
This was in response to the Covid lockdown when members of our guild felt the need to gather on Zoom and help each other through it. We are calling the series “Woven Together in Pandaemia”
Other interviews can be seen from our website: http://www.sjctextileguild.org/
Roger’s news is that he is now a licensed ham radio operator. He will be joining a group on the island who stay in touch with each other weekly on Wednesday nights. I believe long term he would like others in the neighborhood to become licensed so that we can communicate in the event that other types of communication are limited.
And Maggie Mae’s news is that she loves her dog friends: Suki, Millie, Murphy, Jack, Freha, and her cousin Scarlet very much!