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Some ‘Splainin’ to Do

April 26, 2006

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The question of the week: How could something so small (6lbs) and cute (Zydeco, my Pissed off Ewok) like this Cause such a raucous (about 45 minutes of it) when you have to medicate HIM??? More yarn content later…

Being Sick, Yoga, and Meeting a Rock Star

April 23, 2006

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My apologies again. In thinking I could get stuff done yesterday, I have something going on with my sinuses that Dayquil hides during the day and makes me ditzy. HUSH! Please, no comments from the Peanut Gallery! So with yesterday being Saturday, I figured my body could use the break from the medicine. Boy was […]

Updated: A Contest and a Meme

April 19, 2006

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Okay folks, Kat has a neat contest going on (many thanks to Debbie for posting it on her site) that asks you to name 5 places that you have KIP (knitted in public) besides home and yarn store(s). Because I have absolutely NO qualms about KIP, I am trying to list places not so common […]

Latest Fiber Chores and a Bunny Funny

April 18, 2006

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It struck me when I booted up my computer how much non-knitting I do for the love of yarn. I find myself alternating obsessions over patterns for Rasha’s socks, Anita’s baby cardigan, and for blankets and squares. While all that designing is in my head, I am updating spreadsheets of stores and my yarn-related inventory. […]

Bunny Graces and Purls for Easter

April 15, 2006

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For the past couple of days, Caesar has been wheezing, is more lethargic than usual, and his nostrils are constantly covered with small clumps of dried snot (yes, such a LOVELY vision to prepare me for motherhood). Fortunately, a good sign is that he still has his voracious appetite. When Rich called Big River yesterday, […]

Alive with Tales to Tell (Last but not least, Part 3)

April 13, 2006

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I caught up with one of my former co-workers via AIM late Monday night. Laurent had traded his software developer job for a totally new career — scuba diving instructor. He and his wife Laura had moved from their homeland of France to Denmark, then moved to Australia’s capital city of Sydney. Recently when I […]