Winter is definitely over now, with warm spring winds and longer days drying things out even more on this already parched land. We are in extreme drought; I had only about an inch of rain this winter—no native spring-rain flowers, herbs or grasses even came up, and the only cliff roses that bloomed were the ones in my garden and swale areas, where more moisture was available—a good testament to creating swales! I imagine the bees were grateful for those. I intend to plant more of these hardy flowering perennials to provide early-spring food for the hungry pollinators–especially since rains are becoming more unpredictable and scarce.
But this article is not about gardening, although that is another of my keen interests; rather, it is about what I did to exercise desire, creativity and self-expression during the cold winter months—weaving. Continue reading “Weaving Desires, Creativity and Self-Expression”