At last, we have electrical power in the barn.
The barn at night
The door and stairs:
And the interior.
Barn interior - with light!
This space will be used for my studio, and also for SWW and other gatherings. We’ve come a long way in the past year!
Meetings, The Barn
A Seder? Today??
Easter Bunny or Hare?
Looks warmly inviting ~ congratulations!
Thank you, Theadora!
In the cold and rainy Northeast, I look forward to warmth, indoors and out.
Forecasters are predicting sunny warm weather for the holiday weekend.
It looks beautiful, Katharine – especially the first photo, where the barn windows are filled with warm yellow light. I am so happy for you!
And so again … HOORAY!!!
I know it will be every bit as warm and welcoming as it looks. Can’t wait to enter the barn and feel it for myself. What an amazing year this is going to be!
Looking at your new photos and the ones from a few entries ago I can’t help but think of how nice that fresh new wood of your SWW must smell! I’m so attuned to the smells of spring now.
Best of luck on all your efforts and SWW endeavors! You must be so excited. May you be blessed with success and many faith filled moments of inspiration!
Peace and joy,
Thank you, Chris. It does smell wonderful!
I just tried to add a post to your blog about your delightful outing to the monastery, but couldn’t make it work.
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