Monthly Archives: May 2010

A truly wonderful day

Yesterday was amazing and boy am I exhausted! As I suggested the other day, I come from a large family.  My dad is one of 7 siblings, and I am the middle of 18 cousins.  My older cousins are all … Continue reading

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A day in the sun

Yesterday was very nice, but ultimately boring which is why there was no post.  Really, the best thing about yesterday was that Rob and I made it from the southern side of DC to 40 miles west of Philadelphia in … Continue reading

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The first step is admitting you have a problem

I have a problem… I have active knitting and spinning projects in my coffee table… I have a bin of yarn I plan to use “soon” by the TV (and the Rock Band stuff)… And I have a tower of … Continue reading

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Waging War

Today I feel a little like I am waging war on my home.  Perhaps inside my home. Rob and I are going out of town for a while (which I don’t mind sharing since the people who know where we … Continue reading

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A tiny little story

Here’s a short little story I wrote for homework this week.  It’s 748 words because there is a 750 word limit.  I hope you all enjoy it: Clifford’s Tale Clifford’s hands trembled as he saw what lay in the sedate … Continue reading

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Blind Faith and a little bit of Math

Today I finished the body of the sweater I have been working on.  I still have to knit up the arms, but I don’t think that will take me more than a day or two.   I think I’m going to … Continue reading

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A different sort of writers block

I am feeling horribly unproductive and unsettled this morning.  Rob and I had a rough weekend in which neither of us got more than four hours of sleep on either Friday and Saturday night and I think it’s fair to … Continue reading

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