Monthly Archives: November 2016

that pang

Black rock beaches. To be in the here and now, and yet to wish a quick transportation back to the black rock beach. But I’m here, and so… It’s only frosty here instead of snowy; the grass is still green … Continue reading

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books

So… A Man Called Ove was an excellent book. Easy, lovely, light reading in a nice, insightfully sweet kind of way. The current read, Cold Sassy Tree, is starting off well. The narrative is done in a southern accent, so … Continue reading

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sadness and gladness

Still in love with the Linen Stitch scarf. There is a lot of pretty in this, and the rhythm-inducing pattern has me wanting to finish just one more row. I am glad for the simple beauty, because I am definitely … Continue reading

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fly swatting

Burning question of the day: can one take a photo of a fly swatter and make it look artistic? Fruit fly infestation on this end, and last night I got tired of waiting for them to fly into the carefully … Continue reading

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snooze

Looks can be deceptive; he’s not all sweet snuggles, but he does love his daddy. He was acting quite spiteful after we returned home from our trip, getting into no lack of trouble, but the last straw was when he … Continue reading

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a good book

Finding a good book is getting harder and harder for me. (Almost as hard as finding the basset who likes to hide in the rhubarb!) The latest disaster was the book “The Lost Landscape.” (Ugggg. That book lost me when … Continue reading

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all day

One day, almost one mitten! And a massive stockpot of beet borscht.

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