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Unraveled Wednesday, 2/24/21.

Knitting. I have noticed several people on Instagram — looking at you, knitorious — who are doing a 100 Day Project. Then I realized as I was knitting last night that I have a 100 Day Project of my own: … Continue reading

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Saturday links… IG style.

Plague literature. Lumberjacks rarely fight for territory. And then Jenny sat down across from him.  Joy.

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Unraveled Wednesday, 1/20/21.

First of all, let’s all rejoice about this: Joining Kat and friends for Unraveled Wednesday. Knitting. Two hats for the Blue Hat Project. The hat on the left is nearly done. Trying to decide whether to start another hat or … Continue reading

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Sometimes you just have to speak out against the madness.

One of my half-sisters is a one-issue voter: abortion. This is how I responded to a recent IM by her and her friends. “You people are part of a cult — a t***p cult. You support a man who has … Continue reading

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Furry, feathered Friday.

Octopuses punch fish. Because of course they do. We have seen this before, but it is worth seeing again. It continued. Remember Olive and Mabel? Here are all their videos. Neither plant nor animal. Who farted? Pet adoptions are through … Continue reading

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Linking our way to 2021.

A gingerbread structure for 2020. What you can get for $7.6 million. Purifying water on the cheap. It’s pronounced JIF! The rituals of Christmas. The myth of Achilles. Take pity on your UPS driver.

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Furry, feathered Friday Thursday.

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Ranting on a Sunday.

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Furry, scaly Friday.

A message from the the First Cat-elect.

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COVID.

Elder Son called last night to tell us he had COVID. He had felt hot at work yesterday and took his temperature, which was normal. But he kept feeling hot, then tired, and eventually had a nurse take his temp … Continue reading

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