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More Thanks to Give

December 1, 2011

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Now that one weight of news has occurred, here is another: on November 11th, my BFF and I decided to elope with only our parents present. Our original plan of having the wedding at our friends’ home in Meadows of Dan has been adjusted. Since our rings are on order, they will be blessed in […]

Falling into Thanks

November 28, 2011

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When I moved back to Virginia just a smidgen over two years ago, I began writing about “making eggs” because I was inspired by the movie “Runaway Bride” in which the lead character had never realized how she liked eating eggs. Instead, she had always chosen whatever preparation her fiances preferred. (Sorry for those who […]

How Karma Ignites the Soul

June 27, 2011

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Yesterday, I met up with a new group of women at my favorite area coffee shop — Aromas at City Center — for some Sunday knitting. It turned out that one of them needed a ride to a doctor’s appointment for this morning. For some odd reason without hesitation, I offered to take her. I […]

A Block on Creativity

May 12, 2011

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I have been stuck in this rut on writing as of late due to all sorts of items tugging at me for attention. Because most of these items are quite personal and not in the positive of light, I refuse to share such things out in the open. Some people might see that I am […]

Compromised

July 14, 2010

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I have been pondering (obsessing is more like it) the definitions of the word “compromise” and the power that they yield. In one respect we come to an agreed status such as a battle where the opponents come to a cease fire. Another aspect is when self values and beliefs are held back between parties […]

Back to Basics

June 29, 2010

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If there is one thing I love, it is running around any yarn-fiber event. The busy time at TNNA was both exciting and fun, and I am grateful to all that met up with me. With Knitters Connection right afterward, I had the chance to take a class on a pattern that has been confusing […]