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Three on Thursday.

I always enjoy reading others’ ToT posts, but I have seldom remembered to write one myself. There is now a reminder on my calendar every Wednesday about writing a ToT post. Now to find three things to write about… Three … Continue reading

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Remember how the universe pooped all over us?

Latest news is that we have had no hot water since Saturday. Plumber is coming tomorrow. One hopes he will be able to replace the thermostat / heating element / whatis and that the new thermostat / heating element / … Continue reading

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Gray winter knitting.

A bathtub full of yarn.

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Links to infinity and beyond.

Tool of the day. Crickets. If you don’t have a Twitter account, you may be able to read the story here on the Washington Post. An expanded story of the Thai cave rescue. Autocorrect, personified. “Poland, tell us your secret.”¬†Baths. … Continue reading

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Tannenbaum Tuesday.

Well, not really Tannenbaum, since that refers to the traditional Christmas tree. What I want to share with you is the spectacular performance of an amaryllis bulb. Last year I beheld the glory that was several Instagrammers’ @amarylliswatch2017 posts. I … Continue reading

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I’m back! Knitting link.

Mindreader.  

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Instagram Sunday: the political humor edition.

All images from my Instagram feed, which is carefully curated to be about knitting, yarn, dogs, and anti-dRumpf humor

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Independence Day!

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In go the links.

Books as baby gifts. thanks, compassionknit and Al! Tom Hanks. This is the saddest 23-word sentence I ever read. A reference chart. Want to learn how to make mead? Related. Helpful field guide to birds of the western US. On … Continue reading

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The garden in early summer.

Earlier I showed you my crocuses and daffodils, but they are long done. Now that the trees have fully leafed out, the flowerbed outside our front door is largely a shade garden. There are two or three other daylilies and … Continue reading

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