Recent Finishes

I’ve been stitch­ing away late­ly, and while I can’t talk about my most recent project yet, I did add my most recent two fin­ish­es to my long-neglec­t­ed Fin­ished Works page today. The first piece is a for-no-rea­­son one, the sec­ond a baby gift which was also my first coop­er­a­tive project (and a big suc­cess).  I’m […]

Earth Day

Plinky asked, “Do you cel­e­brate Earth Day?” Not real­ly. I do my best to be envi­ron­men­tal­ly respon­si­ble every day, instead of sav­ing it for one day of the year. I recy­cle, use mass tran­sit, buy local­ly pro­duced food as much as pos­si­ble, and take oth­er steps so that I real­ly have a very small car­bon footprint […]

Biographies or Memoirs?

Plinky asked, “What’s the most inter­est­ing biog­ra­phy or mem­oir you’ve read?” Anaïs Nin’s books come to mind right away, hon­est­ly. They’re so intense and sen­su­al that they’ve stuck in my mind, although I only read them once and my copies dis­ap­peared 20 years ago. Cam­ryn Man­heim’s auto­bi­og­ra­phy was quite good, too. I don’t read many of […]

Breakfast for Dinner, Yes!

Plinky asked, “Break­fast for din­ner: Are you a fan?” Absolute­ly! Break­fast is my favorite meal of the day, but I don’t usu­al­ly take time for the great big meal that I remem­ber fond­ly from Sun­day morn­ings at my par­ents’ house. But­ter­milk bis­cuits, sawmill gravy, eggs, bacon, sausage, and grits are a “real break­fast” and that’s just […]

Favorite Coffee Shop

Plinky asked, “What’s your favorite place to grab a cup of cof­fee?” I’m pret­ty hap­py hav­ing cof­fee at home, but if I’m out and about, I’ll swing by Star­bucks with the rest of the mob. It’s nice and pre­dictable, and I’ m admit­ted­ly not a cof­fee snob. I just want my rasp­ber­ry-vanil­la mocha with the […]

Woo hoo!

Plinky asked, “What was the last thing you got real­ly excit­ed about?” My ukulele! I wish I had a pho­to of her to post, but I don’t. She’s a trav­el tenor, which means that she’s a bit big­ger than the “stan­dard” (sopra­no) ukulele most peo­ple are used to see­ing, but also thin­ner than a nor­mal tenor. […]

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