Monthly Archives: July 2013

Yarn Along 2013: Week 30

So, I don’t have any knitting or reading pictures to post today to go along with Ginny’s Yarn Along, but I have other things for show and tell.  As an aside, I did a student teaching placement in a kindergarten … Continue reading

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Weekend recap

I meant to post yesterday (Sunday), but I stayed up too late and exhaustion took over. This past weekend was another busy one.  Friday, DH took off on his motorcycle to spend the week riding up the coast of California.  … Continue reading

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Yarn Along 2013: Week 29

You know how you get those emails from people claiming to be in Nigeria with loads of money to sneak out of the country and how they just need your help (and all of your banking information) in order to … Continue reading

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Days like this

Remember how productive I felt yesterday?  What a satisfying weekend I had?  Yeah.  Pride goest before a fall or something. Today started out well.   Then there was a small bit of misunderstanding of directions which escalated into an explosion.  It … Continue reading

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…and a good time was had by all

When I was little, the newspaper for my tiny hometown would publish almost anything submitted to it.  My 5th birthday was written up, as were the birthdays of other people.  The closing line was almost always “and a good time … Continue reading

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Yarn Along 2013: Week 28

The words aren’t really coming tonight, so here are the highlights. I’m reading The Last Town on Earth by Thomas Mullen. I’m listening to How I Paid For College by Marc Acito I’m knitting a washcloth. I’m linking up with … Continue reading

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Let them eat soup

Hey guess what?  I did manage to make soup this morning!  I took some liberties with the recipe I posted yesterday (namely, I omitted the cheese and sour cream in the soup because I don’t like cheese generally, and sour … Continue reading

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