Dan calculated that today at dinner, I will have been married to him for half of my life. It seems incredible that I picked so well when I was so young – it pays off to listen to your adults Continue reading Works in Progress
No one is currently running a fever, though neither Dan nor I are exactly peppy. I’ve been trying to start kitchen table school earlier-ish after turning off my computer so I will not be the distracto Mom. Also to get Continue reading Paper Boats
So that is what pneumonia felt like. I can now read those novels with sick characters and understand it. I have laryngitis too. We have now had about a month off of school, minus little bits we got in after Continue reading I Didn’t Dodge the Pneumonia
I’m holding off on writing a “What didn’t work in 2016” post because I’m already feeling gloomy, I’m still digging out of flu chores, and I keep remembering things I could have added to the what did work post, which Continue reading Getting Organized for January
The Eagle’s Wings Coop board – Heidi is so detail oriented that she worked as an editor before kids. If there is a problem brewing at coop, she can spot it, and articulate it in time for us to do Continue reading What worked in 2016
Illicium is up today in the Twist Collecive! It has complete written instructions as well as complete stitch charts for all three medallion motifs, and a construction schematic with color suggestions and seaming strategy for 6 sizes: Cradle 542yds, 495m Infant Continue reading Cross Post with Christine Guest Designs: Illicium is up!
I need to write things down so I can find them again; like when I need to get a kid to an appointment (does a gracious receptionist at the orthodontia office count as a thanksgiving blessing?) know what I was Continue reading Thanksgiving Year in Review
Last week I was organized enough to go swimming at the Y before Dan needed to drive to work. But the time change hadn’t happened yet, so I needed a flashlight to walk down the hill. As I was rummaging Continue reading Yeah, I meant to do that…?
While we were at Rhinebeck, the APL held it’s book sale, and K bought some jig saw puzzles. Since I wasn’t home to use my sewing desk (and I almost never use my sewing desk during the school year, so Continue reading Puzzles and Cake
Last summer Dan announced that he wanted to take me to the New York Sheep and Wool Festival for our anniversary, and reserved us a room before I could object on practical or budget reasons. Dan took off both Friday Continue reading I Got to Go to Rhinebeck a cross post from ChristineGuestDesigns
I have had it nagging in my mind since Spring that I wanted to get K to an art gallery – not a day goes by that she doesn’t draw/paint/assemble/crochet/cry over/make on Minecraft something. But I was scared to drive Continue reading RISD on a Sunday Afternoon
A few weeks ago I asked Leslie at the Sit and Knit what she charged for photography, and her jaw dropped. Then she asked me if I could model my samples and my jaw dropped. Because, I sort of thought Continue reading Makeup