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Tasting Rowan Yarn’s Latest Treats

January 28, 2014

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I know that I mentioned a little something I had been planning for a long while: hosting a yarn tasting party in my home. “Yarn tasting?” People eat yarn? hehe… No, not quite. A yarn tasting is when a knitter or crocheter can sample a yarn before buying it. Think of it as a test […]

Reflection for a Privacy Revamp

December 11, 2013

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**I cannot believe that a month THREE MONTHS have sprinted by me again. As much as I love setting deadlines, to quote roughly of Erma Bombeck, “They just whoosh on by.”** During those three months, a few wonderful events occurred, and I will be writing them as backtracks in the upcoming month. Also during that […]

Honoring Life Cycles

July 30, 2013

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Here I am, writing my monthly post. With each passing day I discover loads of topics to discuss, but find a lack of words to share my thoughts concisely. During the past few weeks Death has made appearances, work deadlines have been reached, and I have not met certain personal goals (the thank you notes […]

My Place of Peace

November 4, 2010

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June 1st, 2016 Note: This past entry was originally posted as “Words Fail Me” on the “On the Road to STITCHES” blog for the Knitting Universe. It is a continuation that describes one of my visits to my daughter’s godparents’ home. As before, when we turned the car onto the winding path leading to Anna’s […]

Care in Pure Charity

March 7, 2010

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A week ago I was looking for donations of yarn, needles, and notions towards a charity event (see my last blog entry) in which absolutely no profit is made. I am pleased to announce that the owner of Kollage Yarns, Susan Moraca, is donating all the yarn. Her generosity is not going to be unnoticed, […]

Shaking Hands in Knitting

December 17, 2009

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Okay, I did it. I wrote a guest post on Handshake 2.0 titled, “The Business of Knitting” and hope the 300-words-or-less challenge is met in a positive light. The yarn manufacturing industry continuously has the stereotype of an elderly woman knitting while seated in a rocking chair with cats at her feet. Hello, but though […]