Author Archives: kmkat

Furry feathered Friday.

Sprinkler. In the living room. Yeah, this was the link that got put into last Friday’s Furry post by mistake. If I could find the link that should have been there I would put it here. But I can’t, so … Continue reading

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When the world has got you down, here are some pick-me-ups.

My SIL sent me this article from the Washington Post that has a list of feel-good books. We could all use one like that sometimes; I need to share. I haven’t read any of these, so I cannot comment on … Continue reading

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Unraveled Wednesday, 11/11/20.

Joining Kat and friends on Unraveled Wednesday. Knitting. Well, as you can see, it is not quite done yet. I am doing the i-cord bind off, which takes roughly a century or two because one must knit three stitches to bind off … Continue reading

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Triumphant Tuesday. The rants, they keep on coming.

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Fiber Monday.

How to make a worm: a tutorial.

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Cleaning off my desktop.

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Infinite links.

The feminist history of the cardigan. The heros.

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Furry Friday.

Baby elephants and pumpkins. My dad would have been very sad. (He was a mink rancher.) Ekekekekekek compilation.

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Stories.

Well, election day has come and gone, and we still do not know who will be the next president. When I woke up this morning, the first thing I said was, “Who is the president?” Smokey answered “trump”. “Fcuk!” I … Continue reading

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Links a day late. Because Halloween was on Saturday.

Have you ever heard/seen a photoplayer? Slipping in a wee rant here. From our governor: “Asked by a reporter if Wisconsin has an empathy problem that explains the skyrocketing caseload, Gov. Tony Evers responded that the state has a leadership … Continue reading

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