This is the view yesterday (at dawn) from the window of Neena's guest room. The clouds had a pink lining and the sky had a bit of pink, too. It looked like a seashell.
The trip was relaxing, beautiful, with blue skies and the warmth I so craved. I came home to a very cold, wet snowy day in the SLC Valley that didn't even reach 40 degrees. Winter seems to have a death grip on so many parts of the country.
I did no knitting, no blog reading, no email...nothing but visit, eat, drink and enjoy the views of So. Utah. It was heaven. I also got my new Keen's very dusty, which was a nice christening, don't you think?
Friday the day started by rushing Moxie to the vet at 6:00am because he had broken his stitches and the wound was agape! He spent the day there, had the old almost healed wound cut away and restitched. He will now be relegated to wearing his cone head attire and he is very unhappy about that. However, I'm not spending more money and time waiting for this wound to heal. He's fine, if subdued. It's only a week and he'll survive (even if he tells you otherwise).
The spinning class with Celia Quinn was wonderful, so full of information, and I came away with a head swimming with facts and new ideas. Emmylou and I hope to start a new project soon with renewed interest and a fresh start.
Tomorrow is the start of Project Spectrum Elements - Earth Edition and so, that's when I'll share pictures of my trip to Zion. The pictures make a very appropriate kick off, just as this photo is a perfect way to end the "Fire Edition". From Filmore Utah...isn't it breathtaking?