I'm an early riser, and this was my view from the rocking chair on the porch while my cabinmates were still deep in their slumber.
This was our cabin.
Morning on the dock.
This cozy cabin living room is where my classes were held, complete with sofas and old-fashioned rocking chairs. A couple mornings it was even cool enough to light the fire.
Some of my students went out to the dock to do their exercises. Doesn't it look dreamy?
Here are a few Diana Instants:
Saturday afternoon we took a trip to the nearby town of Center Sandwich, NH.
With my new friends, Gin and Arrabella.
The yellow butterfly in the center of this pic was always flying around just outside our front door.
Meg's rocking the pink hair and her new tattoo.
Meg with our cabinmate, the amazing Cal Patch, and our beloved Mackenzie.
I still have a few more pics at the lab right now, if you can believe it. Somehow seeing all the photographs has helped me with the transition back home. It's like looking at them helps me believe That Really Happened and wasn't just the best of dreams.