Category Archives: Writing

december eighth

It’s the End of the Warp As We Know It… And why, yes, I do feel fine. 🙂 Hee. Small music joke there. This morning, I don’t know what the cats slipped into my coffee, but I rocked the house. … Continue reading

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december seventh

Warp without end…amen For some reason, all my projects right now seem endless. The two-scarf warp I put on my little Cricket loom? Both scarves are woven and hem-stitched on the loom; there’s still warp left. I’m well into a … Continue reading

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december sixth

Today was the first major snowstorm of the season; we’ve had nearly 9″ of snow just in the last eight hours. I forget how much snow slows things down; I forget to allow for Snow Time when planning my day. … Continue reading

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december fifth

Do you know what I find fascinating? I find it utterly fascinating that the posts people respond to most are ones I have the most trouble writing (or, to be more accurate: posting!). Just like the post I wrote on … Continue reading

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fourth of december

All right, so if my troubles organizing my studio aren’t really about my studio at all, but about my own life as a person-who-needs-a-studio, then perhaps I ought to have a little bloggy chat with myself (and a few hundred … Continue reading

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second of december

Hello, again! I’ve sort of made a little deal with myself. If I put it in writing, I’m sure to jinx it; if I post it here, then I’ll feel stupid if I can’t follow through. But accountability is A … Continue reading

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And on a more bloggie sort of note…

Twenty-three of you left comments last week introducing yourselves to me. I keep trying to write individual thank-you’s to each and every comment, but life and energy seem to be thwarting me in this. Thus: Dear SarahW, Becky, Kathy V, … Continue reading

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