Monthly Archives: November 2013

Thankful Day 22

I am thankful that my cousin has narrow feet. I just realized that I’ve knit her socks over an inch too long.  I really should’ve been patient and “tinked” back all the rows, but I just pulled the needles out … Continue reading

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Yarn Along 2013: Week 47

Well, I remembered to take pictures early in the day for the yarn along, but now it’s late at night and I don’t want to stay up too late writing.  My thankful posts have basically ceased, too.  Sorry, readers. I’m … Continue reading

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Yarn Along 2013: Week 46

Today was a busy day.  Well, it was busy once I got up; I had a lovely lie-in this morning.  After lunch, I had a block of errands I wanted to run: we needed more herbs and spices and I … Continue reading

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Thankful Day 12

I’m thankful for snow.  My kids basically grew up in Phoenix (Thing 1 spent his first year in Connecticut, but he doesn’t remember it).  Snow’s always been something they visit, and most years they don’t even get to do that.  … Continue reading

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Thankful Day 11

It’s Veterans Day here in the US.  I know I won’t be able to name all the veterans in my life, but here’s a short list: Gordon Smith James Nathanael Eugene Philip John Tim And so many more.  Thank you … Continue reading

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Thankful Day 10

Whoa.  Missed several days there. That kid in the back jersey in the face off?  That’s Thing 2. I’m thankful for ice hockey.  I’m thankful for the physical outlet it gives the boys, the lessons in sportsmanship and interpersonal relationships, … Continue reading

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Thankful Day 7

Please note: the days are by the calendar numbers, not how many days of thankfulness I’ve done.  I need low expectations.  Thanks for understanding. This is not the best picture.  I probably should’ve looked up some advice on how to … Continue reading

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