hibernating, now

IMG_1231Last weekend was a lovely day at Mayo Street Arts.  We held the Big Chill craft fair for the third year in a row and had many visitors throughout the day.  Kiddos made crafts in the basement and the main hall transformed in to a holiday bizarre with sunlight shining through the stained glass windows.

Here’s my favorite shot from the day.  Alyce Paul joined us, who was recently featured in Real Simple magazine with her dinosaur air planters, and our local paper, the Portland Press Herald.  Her display was gorgeous, especially with the light shining through, and I also like that you can see her and I in the little mirror at the top right.  Just our shirts, but still.

So now that this monument of a day has come and gone I’ve been in full hibernation mode.  Except for some holiday parties, daily obligations and snow-related chores I’ve been sitting by the fire and wrapping presents extra tight so that little fingers will have to wait just a bit longer, anticipation building, on Christmas morning.  Can’t wait.

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