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Unexpected Priorities

August 20, 2017

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The past five (GASP) years have been a roller coaster. I grew from being a newlywed to a mom while trying to keep a working foot in the door of my chosen industry. As I constantly found myself looking back to compare what I had done ten years ago to what I have accomplished in […]

After a Bug

May 25, 2016

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For the past two weeks, I have not been able to write due to SlytherBun and myself catching a darn bug which unfortunately still has me at its whim. During that time I managed to knit a shawl for BFF’s cousin, something that will be in an upcoming book, and a bunny-sized sun visor for […]

SomeBunnies Spoiled the Bunnies and Me

January 25, 2014

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**Adapted from my post in Ravelry’s Bunny Rabbit Lovers group.** I’m absolutely thrilled to be showing Heather‘s package that BFF picked up on Thursday at the PO Box. (It turned out when we checked on Wednesday, they did not put the package in our box, hrmph…) So here I am with SlytherBun in my office […]

My 3 Words for 2014

December 31, 2013

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Since meeting Chris Brogan in August 2009 at PodCamp Boston, I have been inspired by his use of “3 Words” for that year. His 2013 list including the words from 2006, are in his last January 1st post. My own three words through the past four years have been: 2010 – Acknowledgment, Care, Drive 2011 […]

Handling Setbacks

September 10, 2013

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Fewer things are as aggravating than stumbling while running on a track. It does not matter what caused the stumble; just the results of lost time and occurred injury can be enough. The last weekend in August had a couple of setbacks which made completing my September 1st post impossible. Let’s just say Saturday involved […]

Facing Permanent Farewells

August 9, 2013

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This week has been a little stressful, and not because of SlytherBun’s growth spurt or work. On Sunday I finally accepted that Julius was tired of living with his painful arthritis and clogged tear ducts. Making the decision to help him hop to the Rainbow Bridge’s Great Meadow was a necessary one for his peace. […]