First: there are new dates for meditation (An Hour of Om). I have set aside times for each month in the final quarter of the year. I look forward to seeing you there!
Second: Knit-Ins are back! Knit-Ins are times when we make things together. It is never too early to get started on a project. Some of us knit, some crochet, some work on other crafts. All portable, easily-contained craft forms are welcome. If you would like to knit, but don't know how, there are many, many crafting videos available to watch on YouTube (at no charge), on Craftsy (for a fee), and on websites such as Ravelry. Lessons and supplies are available in person at many stores, such as Needlecraft Corner (specializing in cross-stitch; just over one block from my new location on Harford Road) or Lovely Yarns in Hamden.
If you are feeling shy about contacting a place for lessons, I would be glad to show you some knitting basics. If there is popular demand, then a number of us can gather. Let me know if you are interested in learning knitting basics. I am glad to share what I know. Full disclosure: I am a very basic knitter. I have known people who make elaborate and breathtakingly lovely projects; I am not, however, one of them.
Also: as the Steve Miller Band told us in song so very long ago, time keeps on slippin' into the future. One of my very favorite projects, National Novel Writing Month, is quickly approaching! I am gauging interest in a planning workshop for the novel-writing spree. (I'm currently considering the 9th of October.) I can't wait to hear your opinion!
Finally: Now that Fall has arrived, I would like to hear your thoughts about taking a field trip and nature walk, to view the autumn leaves in all their glory. Send me a message to let me know what's on your mind.
And I do encourage you to keep in mind that you are always welcome to send prayer requests.
That is all I will mention for now, although I have any number of other projects brewing. I look forward to hearing your thoughts.
Wishing you peace!