Yesterday's walk was largely about fungi
Where those tomato vines were thrown into the trees which I foraged, a brave little volunteer. I must remember to check next year for picking.
On the subject of food, and rising prices, here's why I will always support the farmworkers
Back breaking incessant work, and no benefit from higher prices at the end of the chain. I always thank them with a prayer when I unbox my Misfits, because they feed me.
The wall hanging is in rough draft, pinned onto a backing of unbleached muslin, and is now on the wall, so I can see it over a couple of days, move pieces around and start stitching again.
I tried several overlay ideas, didn't like any of them, so I think the open areas will be many colors of sashiko stitching instead. That seems to be more harmonious. I'll save the overlay idea for another future piece. I think I've been influenced for the good by that kantha work I showed you recently.
And, in keeping with my long-standing support of MoveOn, here's the latest sticker, supporting library staff besieged by book bans. This is on the fridge, and my Twitter and Spoutible accounts.
Happy day, everyone, read a book, and, to the library folk among our blogistas, go you!