My travel and teaching schedule has “seasons” . . . and, right now, I’m finishing up one of the peak seasons for teaching guild workshops. I recently had the honor of doing a program (Putting Together a Novelty Act) and workshop (There’s Two Sides to Every Cloth) for the Jockey Hollow Weavers Guild in New Jersey. When I teach, I frequently am so caught up in the activities of a workshop and the thrill of being among other weavers that taking pictures doesn’t cross my mind. I took a couple . . . but, perhaps there’s a positive correlation between how busy I am teaching and how many/few pictures I take. Below are some images from my workshop with the Jockey Hollow Weavers Guild in New Jersey . . . and one of “Manland” (what my living room currently looks like with my husband’s television and leather recliner).