We have been back home a week, which has been spent catching up on everything that wasn't done in our absence. There were two art shows to enter, errands to run, etc. All of this means that I have been unable to put in any studio time, nor have I had time to work on the web site. My vegetable garden has yet to be planted but, since we have had some late season cold snaps, that might be a good thing. It is a reminder to look at the bright side.
As always, so much to do and so little time to do it in, don't we all have that problem? I do know that things will settle down again eventually and I will be able to return to my daily sessions in the studio.
On a lighter note, the White-tail deer does are just starting to have their fawns. My husband saw one following its mother from oak mot to oak mot recently. I have been on the look-out for fawns, all curled up and hiding, during my daily hikes. Always hoping for a photo-op. So far, haven't found any so they must be hiding well. I just hope they stay hidden from the coyotes and wild hogs that like to dine upon them. Part of Nature's "plan" but still not easy to think about.