Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Getting in on the Driver's Side

Tonight I went to Aggie Muster.  It's something we Aggies do each April 21st to honor the Aggies who have been called home in the past year.  I thought of my daddy tonight...even though he wasn't an Aggie, he passed away one year ago tomorrow, and anniversaries have the effect of making one reflective...

As I left this evening and was walking to my car I started aiming towards the passenger side.  Funny that...I haven't ridden as a passenger in a car except for maybe 3 or 4 times since I've moved to Reno.

I don't have to talk about the symbolism, there, do I?  It's so obvious that it made me laugh a little.

And made me proud a lot.

And made me really happy that I am where I am, doing what I'm doing.

Driver's side rocks!


Today's picture is of the towels I made for Rachel to send to her mother and sister for Christmas.  She's a new weaver and wanted to hem them herself, and she just got them finished this past week and brought them to work so I could see them one last time before they traveled East...I have to say I'm really proud of this work.  More pics to follow.


  1. Aggie Muster is a cool tradition!
    I love the wovens.. You did a fantastic job. The blue and green and white...are stunning

  2. The towels are gorgeous.

    It's good reflection ...