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A Solemn Anniversary Unfocused

April 16, 2008

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Today I had a plan. The plan was to head up to Boston after my usual routine of dropping Richie at his work and feeding the bunnies. Instead I ended up taking a desperately needed nap which started me three hours later than expected. Noting the traffic, I did some quick calculations of time and […]

Living Passion-KNIT-ly (Part 3)

April 10, 2008

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One would think my two days in Blacksburg would be finalized and my cravings to visit satisfied for another few years. After checking out of my wonderful suite (oh how I wish I could share time there with friends), I drove over to snap a couple of shots of something I missed the day before. […]

Living Passion-KNIT-ly (Part 2)

April 9, 2008

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One of the crazy ideas that hit me while reading Stephanie’s list of cities was that I could go see her at least two times in April — the sure fire ones were at NYC and WEBS. The other do-able cities were Atlanta (oh to be having an ice cold sweet tea in Hotlanta!), Baltimore, […]

Living Passion-KNIT-ly (Part 1)

April 8, 2008

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When I abrubtly left The Corporation, a flooding of opportunities opened up for me. Visions (and advice from fellow knitters who happened to be retired HR Directors) encouraged me to take advantage of the next 6 months and stay unemployed this summer. Besides knit my heart away, I found time to do a few things: […]

The Wonderous Big City

April 7, 2008

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When I sat down the afternoon before Stephanie’s book event, I had a detailed plan on what to do at what time. The visions of last year’s escapades were delightfully haunting me and I wanted to repeat them. The Imagine Mosaic beckoned me to stand in its center in hand-knit socks. Times Square begged to […]

Swapping and Trading for S.E.X.

April 6, 2008

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I could not think of a more appropriate title for this post than the one that finally settled in my head. The incredible Sarah of Hapto had created the whole idea for a big giant swap in the Somerville Library when she started a thread in Ravelry about it. The idea was simple: 1. Bring […]