To Whom It May Concern | 12.10.21

To Whom It May Concern | 12.10.21

It's been a week, hasn't it? Is it just me and does it feel like we are racing on to mid-December, except that December just began?! Fortunately, the mailbag has a letter or two to share! Dear December Weather: Mild is nice... in January, but I really like wintry...

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April is for Poetry | 4.15.21

April is for Poetry | 4.15.21

This week we are all sharing thoughts on 'new beginnings' and poetry. One would think this would be an easy topic because there are so.many.poems about beginning. At first I thought that I'd share the poem that took my hand and began my love of poetry. It is a lovely...

Unraveled Wednesday | 4.14.21

Unraveled Wednesday | 4.14.21

Cut and secure the front steek. — Mary Jane Mucklestone, Modern Daily Knitting Field Guide No. 17, Lopi I don't think it matters how many times you have knit a sweater that requires steeking, it always is a nerve-racking experience. I mean, take a scissors and cut...

Spring-Clean-Ending

Spring-Clean-Ending

I have no idea who "Maxine" is, but boy this quote was my weekend! LOL (and who am I??) I have been diligently working  through the #cleaningarmy Spring Cleaning Challenge List (A huge thanks to Kym for sending me their way!) and I worked away on the kitchen over the...

April is for Poetry | 4.8.21

April is for Poetry | 4.8.21

Poetry is the revelation of a feeling that the poet believes to be interior and personal which the reader recognizes as his own. — Salvatore Quasimodo One of the best things about National Poetry Month is the discovery of new-to-me poets and this year is no exception...

Unraveled Wednesday | 4.7.21

Unraveled Wednesday | 4.7.21

The knitting is slow going this week however, I did get through the yoke color work and have divided for the sleeves on my Daytripper cardigan! I thought things were progressing well and then yesterday happened! Yes, I had some side effects from my second...

Looking Back | March 2021

Looking Back | March 2021

March is such a fickle month. It is the seam between winter and spring—though seam suggests an even hem, and March is more like a rough line of stitches sewn by an unsteady hand, swinging wildly between January gusts and June greens. You don’t know what you’ll find,...

 

 

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