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Facing Fears on Fridays

17, June 2016

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I know I am reiterating a past post with this topic, but I have become quite cynical and untrusting enough to leave my home except for “safe” places. I figured rewriting about these fears will help me overcome them… Have you ever been afraid to try something new? The “something” can be as simple as […]

Reflecting and Learning on Changes

4, February 2013


In last month’s post I discussed the whys on my disappearance of being online. The feedback I received has been incredible. Close friends gave me a “thumbs up” on my decision to lock and close my Facebook and Twitter accounts because as an individual person, I was being too public and not as one entitled […]

Why TNNA Has a Powerful Draw

2, July 2012


A week ago I was leaving Columbus, OH after having a fabulous time at The National Needlearts Association‘s Summer Session. The reasons for being there were work-related, but that did not mean I could not enjoy myself either. Many folks have asked me about what exactly happens at TNNA and what goes into all of […]

The Stars Shine at Columbus – Knit Talk 2011/06/24

24, June 2011

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Each year, as the middle of June approaches, I get giddy with anticipation. Why? Because I know that many of my friends will be joining me in Columbus, OH for the TNNA Summer Show. What is TNNA? It is The National Needlearts Association created to put those in the business of needle-love together for work […]

Back to Basics

29, June 2010


If there is one thing I love, it is running around any yarn-fiber event. The busy time at TNNA was both exciting and fun, and I am grateful to all that met up with me. With Knitters Connection right afterward, I had the chance to take a class on a pattern that has been confusing […]