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Alive with Tales to Tell (Part 2)

April 13, 2006


After a nice weekend, I still felt I needed to be surrounded with fiber. Actually I had already set it up to work from home on Monday so I could make the KnitOut-&-Crochet meeting in Boston, MA. I have always believed that being a physical warm body and face in a meeting brings more depth […]

Alive with Tales to Tell (Part 1)

April 12, 2006


My apologies for not posting in my usual schedule, but I have been too tired to type. The past four days have been filled with some pretty neat events, so here are the first two days — coincidentally the weekend — for you to read scan over… Saturday was the typical “some chores, lots of […]

A Bunny Funny and Cool News

April 7, 2006


I have been busy the past couple of days, and that includes my workload which I will not bore you on such detail. Hmm… Where to begin? I guess the easiest would be to go in order of events. Doing so would be the logical thing to do… Late yesterday afternoon, we had Livia’s and […]

Everything as Project Spectrum

April 5, 2006


After having some warm days filled with sunshine, Rhode Island has become cold and chilly. We even had snow flurries in the northern section of the state this morning! Luckily where I live and work it was just rain and wind, but the air still had that “snow is around the corner” feel. I wish […]

Shopping during Lunch

April 3, 2006

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Actually, I did not buy anything, but I did set up a spring shopping trip for Wrentham’s Premier Outlets this upcoming Sunday. What started the idea was that I need to slim down a bit before seeing my family at the end of this month, and noticed my running shoes were (gasp) the same ones […]

Yarn Goodness!

April 1, 2006


Today is April 1st, which means that I start my diet on the Stashalong. I was worried on how little will-power I would have during the 2-month fast, but I learned that one of the benefits from pledging 2 or more months is that you are allowed 1 day each month to purchase yarn. The […]