Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Country girl through and through

I just returned home today from a nice little trip to the boondocks. I would like to say that I am rested...but I am not. I am exhausted which seems to be the theme of my life since my return from Korea. Anyhow, it was a lovely trip all the same.Just look at this beauty. I never want to leave Idaho ever again! I LOVE my beautiful State.



I have listed new hook pens in the shop. I now offer hook pens from size 9 (largest) to size 14 (smallest).
Here is a size chart to help:

HOOK PEN SIZE CHART
Size 9/1.40mm
Size 10/1.30mm
Size 11/1.10mm
Size 12/1.00mm
Size 13/0.85mm
Size 14/0.75mm

7 comments:

umintsuru said...

Hi Sherry, Glad that you're back. That photo of the clouds, lake and trees is simply beautiful. Thank you for the hook sizes. Hope you feel rested soon.

Sherry aka Celtic Dream Weaver said...

Hiya Sherry,
I am sorry to read you are still feeling exhausted. You sure do have many health concerns. I hope something comes into your life that lifts your spirits right up. Also know that I am thinking of you as you go through whatever is ailing you.
I love your Painting that you are giving away. I don't know how to put the button on my blog. All I know how to do is up load my pictures and type. I use the compose button when I post and not the html one since I don't know how. I did not set up my blog so I guess I can't win...but I wanted to let you know that I love your artwork. Other people's artwork, handwork or anything else along that line is worth more than gold since I know it comes from the heart.

Lace-lovin' Librarian - Diane said...

I sure would love to visit Idaho some day! Your pictures are beautiful!

Make sure you take time to rest. You remind me of my daughters... always on the go, thinking of the next project, plunging right in! It's wonderful for those of us who benefit from your talents, but it sure seems to take a toll on you! Remember, everything in moderation!

I don't know what size my pen hook is, but I love it! Its' a good thing I bought one from you. I still haven't found the one I bought years ago... the one that would never fit in a book! I'll bet someone thought it was a real pen and stuck it in the pen drawer! I'll have to go look!

Marty said...

Idaho is lovely, you are lucky to live there -- especially so close to Redfish Lake and the Sawtooth Wilderness Area. I've got special childhood memories from there. Take a deep breath -- take lots of them. That pure Idaho air has to perk you up soon!

Ridgetatter said...

Oh I remember wonderful days when I was 12 when my parents traveled to Coeur de Lane and I went to the place at the end of the pier with bumper cars. Dad and I use to have real "crashes" (I was fortunate to have a Dad with a lot of inner child who played with me) We camped and I remember the smell of coffee on the crisp morning air. That lake is so beautiful; of course in those days (1948) there were not as many people and fewer homes ~ very pristine. We lived at Soap Lake, WA at the time and the Lake was a great place for a vacation! love "Gram"

Alison said...

Idaho looks lovely - would love to visit someday!

Kathy Niklewicz said...

Hi Sherry,

Fantastic scenery and beautiful photos! Would LOVE to travel out there!

Sure wish you felt better, though. I'm amazed how much you still accomplish while feeling exhausted. I agree with Diane that you should be resting, but it's difficult to do that when you want to accomplish so many things.