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Addressing Fear of the Undiscovered

13, February 2012

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Have you ever been afraid to try something new? The “something” can be as simple as an exotic (to you) food, an expensive yarn, a new programming language, or even visiting an area you have never seen. Through my life’s travels I have met people who are afraid of attempting anything new. They seemed to […]

3 Little Words for 2012

10, January 2012

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As I remind myself once again that January is here and that I still have not chosen my final word for the 2012 trio, the word “FEAR” comes to me. It does not arrive in style, but rather it screams like a banshee that has been set lose out on Halloween night. The other two […]

Adventures in 2011

30, December 2011

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When I last posted here, I had no idea four weeks could go by so quickly. In that span of time my sister gave birth to a tiny baby girl, I met up with my favorite knitting groups for our holiday parties, spent about two weeks in baking cookies (that is one biiiiiig post), and […]

Genuine, Solidarity, Forgiveness

10, January 2011

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Being late on deciding what my “Three Words for 2011” comes as no surprise to myself and to those who have been around me. In the past few months, I have been befuddled on which words to select and how to apply them throughout the year. One day while in a discussion with my gracious […]

Care in Pure Charity

7, March 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, […]

My 3 Words for 2010

5, January 2010

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The renowned Chris Brogan issued a challenge for folks everywhere to use three words to describe each person in the year 2010. Unlike his, I had been using various phrases. The gamut has been from the motivating “Tough it out” or “Get ‘er done” to the laid-back “Just knit it” and “Heck with it” ones. […]