In The Studio

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photo credit; S. Denton

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About yarnspinnerpress

Story teller, retired journalist, author, folksinger, folklorist, gardener.
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6 Responses to In The Studio

  1. Sandra says:

    The first thing I thought of is how relaxed you look. Great pictures!

    • yarnspinnerpress says:

      One part relaxed, three parts tired and sweaty. That was shot at the end of a very intense three-day session. And we’re going back for more! Actually, I really love it. Getting to do several days of what I do best is very energizing in lots of ways. And way fun.

  2. 😉 Thanks for sharing! Best wishes! 😉

    • yarnspinnerpress says:

      Thanks, Dr. Bill. I guess you saw we got trounced in the NHA bid by the property rights thugs. Sure wish I knew of a way to show up these folks, or at least their leaders, for who they really are. A bad bunch, and with no good intentions for the Ozarks.

  3. Mary Lou Price says:

    You look refreshed & relaxed (and like you’re having fun!) in the middle of your hectic schedule. Best wishes! ML

    • yarnspinnerpress says:

      Thanks. Hectic, definitely. I’ve been meeting myself at corners these days. Surely it’ll settle down after the tour. But I’ve been saying things like that for a year and something now. I should complain! It’s more fun than just about anything. Hope to get some time to visit one of these days. I was in Ava for a practice recently, but just had time to wave as I passed by your neighborhood. Maybe next time.

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