It’s That Time of the Year Again

With the new year and so many people concentrating on their resolutions to lose weight and get in shape, in addition to all the other improvements that people have committed to, we could use some resources to help us stay focused. And some encouragement. Inspiration. Motivation. One of my favorite comics to illustrate this was […]

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Oh my achin’ feet

I know I’m not the only person that has bad feet, so I thought I’d share. Recently, since I’m out of a job right now, I’ve been home more often than not. I don’t like to wear shoes all day at home so I’ve been wearing slippers, flip flops, and walking around barefoot/ or in […]

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A Blue Heron Kind of Day

For the first time ever, I had a zoom lens in my possession. It was tricky to figure out where to use it on its virgin excursion. I considered Holy Hill because it’s the most beautiful time of year to take pictures there, but I’ve been there so often and it’s always overcrowded during the beautiful […]

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Knitting Pattern for Basic Dish/Washcloths

Like I say in the pattern itself, most of the dish/washcloth patterns I’ve used in the past have ended up being really long rectangles or just a really large size that’s more like a dish/washcloth had a baby with a hand towel. I wanted something more basic and regular sized, so I took a shot […]

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Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes

If you’re reading this you will notice some changes. Due to some hacking, I was forced to wipe my old WordPress installation and reinstall. I am using this as an opportunity to redesign the blog and hopefully it will be set up soon. If you had set up an account to comment, you will need […]

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Bout of Books

For the first time, I am taking part in a read-a-thon! I’m doing this in a no-pressure kind of way, as a way to ease into this kind of thing and see if it’s something I’d like to get more involved in. This read-a-thon is called “Bout of Books” and here’s some info from their […]

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Review: The World Without Us

The World Without Us by Alan Weisman My rating: 4 of 5 stars Definitely enjoyed taking my mind through this great big what-if experiment. And I loved learning that America used to have giant ground sloths. A lot of the information on pollution was depressing, of course. View all my reviews

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