Well, sort of! Clearly First Light Hand Crafts has not moved on the web because, well, here I am. But I (and my family and my stash) have moved.
As Inigo Montoya would say, “Let me ‘splain…no, there is too much. Let me sum up.”
Sorry for the radio silence, but the past month or so has been spent doing some packing, and clueing up of my life in anticipation of moving back to Newfoundland, and then actually getting here. Most of you know that Newfoundland is where I was born and raised, and recently my husband landed a job here after graduating from his nursing program in Ontario. We jumped at the chance to move back to be nearer my family, and because of our precious Kayleigh, we decided that we didn’t want me to fly, necessitating placing her in a cargo hold. So what did I do? Enlisted the assistance of Shireen and Tito and drove over 3000 km to get here. I still regret not having taken a photo of the odometer of the car before I left downtown Toronto two weeks ago.
Fast forward and I have been here for 10 days, and am settled in. Well, mostly. We are at my parents’ house in St. John’s until this week, when our house closes. I am pretty excited, being a late bloomer and never having had a house before. One of the best things about our cozy new townhouse is that it’s going to have a craft room! So excited. And yes, there will be pictures…count on it.
So First Light Hand Crafts has moved back to the province, if not the town, of its origins. We deemed that Pouch Cove, stunning as it is, was a bit too far from hubby’s job to be practical. (A thirty minute drive during the summer can be an utter nightmare in the winter, and hubby does not yet drive at all!)
I am working from home now, and hope to get myself back into the swing of the Internet again. I have done some knitting but very little…and my Ravelry and Twitter accounts have been overly quiet. I am looking forward to having most everything back to “normal”…whatever that is.