My sweetie and I found a charming house to rent, so I'm finally back to being a Vermonter.
It feels good to have those green license plates on my car again. It's also nice to have a 45-minute commute to work instead of the 2-hour one I had when I was living in Connecticut.
Yep, I'm a married lady now. The wedding was lovely! I made all the garb, my husband made most of the food, dear friends were officiants for our two ceremonies (because one is, apparently, not enough for us), and our guests said it was the sweetest, most relaxing wedding they'd ever been to. (Send a message if you'd like a link to the online photo album!)
So now that I'm not going crazy with wedding prep, I'm back to knitting, spinning, and sewing as much as I can. I've finished a few projects and have a few more in the works (as always), and I'll try to get them photographed soon. I'll be shopping at Rhinebeck both days, and demoing at the Fiber Festival of New England at least one day with at least one of my wheels, so stop by and say hi!