Sometimes avoidance is necessary.
Perhaps no one will admire the work, but it will be shown.
After lingering travels, she is here!
Sound and sense—how I figure out communication depends mostly on what appeal to my ear.
There is more to this post—I figured out a workaround. Above is the center panel with the border pieces, unsown and just separate pieces of fabric laid in place. Below is the border pieced without corners and not yet joined to the center—trust me, it evolved. It's entirely sewn as of now, and today or [...]
Bread is on the first rise downstairs and I meant to come upstairs and work on the new quilt. That was what I meant to do. I bake most days, and I do that because I enjoy baking. I took up cooking and baking while I was a teenager partially in contrast to my mother. [...]
Two months ago I wrote here about beauty and about the storks nesting in England for the first time in a hundred years. It seems a long time ago. Yesterday, for the first time in over four months, I ate a meal I had not myself cooked. It was a risk and we will not [...]
Today is halfway through 2020 and it's a good place to pause and take stock. For many human beings this has already been a tragic year on so many levels, so I feel I need to access my situation. We are both retired so we're doing fine as far as finances go. That is, unlike [...]
animal vegetable mineral • mineral vegetable animal winter spring summer fall FOUND: "Glimmer" read by the author Nicola Griffiths.
Bracken, the online journal from Washington, believes in hope to get us all by through with "love of the woods and its shadows." It is a beautiful magazine I've already recommended. Begin with Bracken's main page because just now you do not want to miss another look at Amanda Greive's art, and then click on "Coronavirus Hopelings" for a series [...]