|Louet S17 spinning wheel kit, assembled and |
painted, by moi, with a hex in honor of Frigga
Sunday I have an unusual short day at work, which will make it much more fun to prepare for and attend a potluck gathering in another nearby community with homesteader friends. We had been talking about Sweet and Sour Pork as they have pigs and I make a great sweet and sour, so I'll pick up ingredients for my sauce Saturday after the spin-in and have time to put it together after work.
Monday night I will be attending another pot luck (I'll likely make apple-celery salad for this one, though the mayo may still be less than acceptable; many of the participants, I suspect, are vegan.) along with a full moon drumming and then a seed swap. This event is held at a communal residence associated with the U of ME in Orono, said community being devoted to the study of permaculture. They are a bunch of academics and eager young folk, as one would expect in such a setting, and all seem very interesting from my brief encounter at a previous event.
I'll honor the moon here, as well, in my way.