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Macabre Macrame #1: Absenteeism, Travelling, Pinterest, and Pride

I really was. There was the blue box that just showed up and a ginger woman came out of it, took my hand, and told me to run! 360 more words

Doctor Who

Happy 3 Years at Fanciful Wish Jewelry

Today, my shop Fanciful Wish Jewelry, marks it’s 3rd year anniversary.  It reminds me that my son will be 3 years old in August.  I started making macrame bracelets because I was pregnant and bored since I took a break from working at a spa as a massage therapist. 388 more words

Think pink

I have redecorated – at least that’s how it feels. I went for adjustments on Tuesday and, feeling gallus, went for coloured rubber bands rather than the silver/grey ones I started off with. 320 more words


Making trouble for my characters is what I love to do in my books. No smooth sailing makes for a better plot and, if I’m lucky, a bit of humor to release tension as needed. 448 more words


California Dreaming, Trip a Month May 2015 part 2

After my magical weekend in Topanga, I headed into LA to stay a week up in Highland Park. It took me nearly 2 hours to drive there, but I had some good jams on the radio and the summer air was warm and breezy. 1,108 more words



For those not in the textiles know, macramé was – is? – a type of weaving or knotting or crotcheting that was super popular in the 1970s. 161 more words

Nail Art


I haven’t posted for ten months (!!) even though I thought maternity leave would give me plenty of time to – my daughter is ten months now, but I managed not to stay away entirely and work as much as I could behind the scenes of motherhood. 330 more words