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Gripping Fear’s Tail

7, September 2017

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Experiences in life are teachers of future behavior. The behavior is based on a positive or negative moment, and maybe sometimes both. For me, I had a car accident in an extremely heavy rainstorm during a late evening (I was unable to see past halfway down my car’s hood, and did not realize I was […]

Unexpected Priorities

20, August 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 […]

Knitters in the Kitchen – Knit Talk 2011/08/16

16, August 2011

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I have had many opportunities to hang out at various friends’ kitchens to chit chat about life, nosh on favorite bites, or work on WIPs. I managed to snap a few photographs of these kitchens. Though I really wish I photographed being in both Tanya Brooks‘ (aka The Indigo Muse) and Susan Gibbs‘ wonderful homes… […]

Predictibly Unpredictable: Knitting Olympics 2010

11, February 2010

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For those who know my little head, I am consistently changing my mind when the scenario calls for it. I tell folks that I am adapting to my surroundings by instinct. Others say that I am just being a woman. No matter what the topic, I do come back to the beginning, just like Inigo […]

Filling 3 Bags for Charity

8, December 2009

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Gratitude and appreciation are often overlooked and taken for granted. Gina Bonomo Dugas of the Mosaic Yarn Shop in Blacksburg, VA was determined to remind everyone how luckily blessed we are. She conceived an idea to host an event that benefited not one, nor two, but three local charities: libraries, the local food bank, and […]