not a lot to say, just about everything.

I’ve spent the last few weeks, as everyone knows, in my intercession classes. So far, so good. I got into some good classes and paid for the Fall semester, so that’s handled. There’s definitely a sense of at least having the next 5 months ironed out. I haven’t knit a stitch in weeks or picked up a spindle. No beading, no needlework, no painting, no drawing unless you count the well doodled margins of my school notebooks. It is so hard, but all my creative energies have been bent towards my writing for school. I am doing some good writing. Just two more weeks and hopefully this blog will see some color again. I could really use some color, I feel a little bit starved for it.

nasty tertiums

I hope you hang in there with me until I can get back!

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About Maia Rainwood

Owner and Maker at Maia Rainwood Design. Wearable art for wise women, birth keepers, witches, and world-builders.
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5 Responses to not a lot to say, just about everything.

  1. Wendy says:

    Nice thing about school, you know when it’s going to be over! Looking forward to some fibery news when you have the yen again.

  2. BellaKarma says:

    I think it’s so awesome how well you are doing in school! I can never stick with it! Thinking about giving it another go, but I’m a bit burnt out on the idea right now. Is it nursing you are pursuing?

    • Rainy says:

      Yeah it is nursing! I’m doing the pre nursing portion at any rate. I get a month off in August, and I think I get a month off around Christmas unless they reinstate the winter session (which I actually hope they do because I need to take a class then if possible). I’m a little burnt out, I haven’t had more than about a week off since last August.

  3. Marilyn says:

    Love the color of the nastursium. Keep up the good work, we are rooting for you.

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