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Changes Make a Good Long Post

18, May 2012

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Exactly a month ago on Wednesday April 18th, I was checking out a new opportunity that involved my driving through Charlotte, NC to Atlanta, GA. The beginning of the day was a bit stressful that morning due to Bashful Bunny’s death and my front driver’s flat tire being deader than a doornail. When my husband […]

The Heart in Yarn – Knit Talk 2011/09/25

25, September 2011

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Last week, I was the guest blogger for Jaybird Designs and wrote a piece about rediscovering crochet. Lately I have been reflecting on what appeal crafting in yarn does not only for me, but for my friends. The last time you saw the above sweater, I left a teaser about it. Well what happened was […]

I’m Still Excited – Knit Talk 2011/05/20

20, May 2011

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Though STITCHES South has arrived and gone in full splendor, I keep grinning from ear to ear whenever I reminisce about my adventures in Atlanta. It was not just the main events that were wonderful, but the various people I had met who made my trip memorable. The best part is that I will be […]

For the Love of Pajamas and Slippers – Knit Talk 2011/04/15

15, April 2011

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Today STITCHES South begins. Not only does this conference mark my first anniversary of being with XRX, Inc. as a full-time employee, but it also brings back memories of last year’s fun by celebrating my debut with then-newlywed Jessica and birthday-girl Lauren. (I am waving “Hello!” to them as I type…) It was their first […]

My Place of Peace

4, November 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 […]