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WWII Reenactment: Eye of the Needle vs Catch-22

Perhaps the most studied subject of all time, the Second Great War is an enthralling narrative that has it all: an evil villain bent on the destruction of entire races, the greatest propaganda machine of all time, and heroes who gather from all over the world to save humanity from being dragged over the precipice of annihilation. 1,585 more words


Fat Books

OK, I confess! I’m supposed to be pouring over Dubliners by James Joyce for my reading group, which is getting together — egad! — in less than a week. 332 more words

TOP TEN TUESDAYS | One Is Not Enough

You cannot have too much of a good thing.  There are a lot of good books out there from a bunch of different authors.  Likewise, an author can release a lot of good books.   619 more words


Why I love Love Sewing

Sewing culture in Canada is no where near as impressive as it is in the UK.  Outside of the people I worked with in Fabricland, I never met another garment sewer.   830 more words

Love Sewing

The Big Read

I am a prolific reader. When I find a book I like, if it is in a series, I will read the entire series. For example, I once read a Spenser book written by Robert B. 185 more words

Yakety Yak

The Joy of Reading

Ever since I was a little girl reading has always been a joy to me. I can still remember spending an entire summer reading and get lost in my stories. 221 more words


I AM 98% excited and 2% scared

or maybe I’m 2% excited and 98% scared.  It may depend on the day or hour or how much I think about this coming Wednesday. 668 more words