Sunday, April 19, 2015

The hardest part about Shibori dyeing during spring in Kentucky is the rain.  It's hard to for the fabric on the poles dry.  Time for inside projects.  I bring the poles inside and work on writing and publishing and making videos. 

When my daughter was a teen and living with her dad she wrote me a tearful letter. I couldn’t see the tears, but I could feel them. She was writing about what a difficult time she was having trying to fit in at school. Wondering about her future. “What will I do after high school? How do I know the right answers?” In response I wrote her a poem.  At a workshop last week, Larry Vogt and I made a video recording of the poem and his music.

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