In your muggy prehistoric, we roam,
we rage and root up monstrous vegetation.
We converge at roiling waterholes
or in warm seas you call raging. Consider… 73 more words
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This is Saul Crumlish, and at just 12 years of age is fast becoming one to watch in the north. Already showing a developed and individual style that sets him apart from so many skate park fly babies his age, I think it is safe to say that we can expect bit things from this small lad. 23 more words
I learned to crochet first. When I began knitting, I didn’t know I could use a crochet hook to fix mistakes several rows back. I thought that a purl, which should have been a knit, would remain forever a mistake, unless I was brave enough to try ripping out the last few rows (and by some miracle get all the loops back on the needle). 110 more words
FYI this post was composed three months ago and never posted. I’ve removed the draft status and published without edits.
Have you ever had that thought when knitting something, that one that whispers to you, “I don’t feel like knitting for this person anymore”? 144 more words