I can't believe it's been less than two weeks as I wonder about who just completed my Tuesday night shift and the complete loss of any sense of routine. It's been a roller-coaster of highs and lows, moving is a TERRIBLE thing to do, especially if you have LOTS of stuff... ah well. The house, Elora, the people: it's all good and will only get better. Neighbours actually stop and introduce themselves (that never happened in Stratford!), our neighbour behind us brought over a casserole on moving day (thank you Leslie!), and my morning walks are along the gorge trail, overlooking some of the most beautiful rocky crags I've ever seen (I bet there are lots of bats!).
We have accomplished so much, going from this, our dining room and kitchen:
Wow, there were actually tables under there!
When the going gets tough, the tough... hide under the kitchen table. Can't say I blame her one little bit: Willow found a safe place underneath and crashed after days of following us around.
Yet, in all this chaos and activity, there was still time to enter one of my pieces in a local exhibition celebrating the Year of the Horse!
The opening reception was this evening at the Elora Center for the Arts, a catered event that had an eclectic, though seemingly exclusive, group mingling about the interesting and varied art and informative displays (which I really enjoyed).
And there was my Tairo the Unicorn!
I'm very proud of this little accomplishment and hope that Elora will be a place where I can grow and flourish as a person, entrepreneur and artist. It certainly is the Year of the Horse, hold on to those reins!