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Making Do


How often have I found that wanting to use blue,

I didn’t have it so I used a red instead of the blue.

–Pablo Picasso… 422 more words


Walking the Talk, Part I

Gosh, where to start?  I haven’t blogged for so long, I’ve about forgot how.  Thanks to all my long time readers that have emailed or left comments asking if I will ever blog again.  844 more words

Farm Life

Scrap Happy Weaving

Scrap happy? 

What’s so happy about scraps?

Scraps are just unwanted leftovers, right?

Not so fast, my friends!

For a substantial group of people scraps are the source of great happiness. 809 more words

Celebrating Hands At Home

Knowing Home

This Is My Home, This Is My Work, This Is My Life…

In her beautiful poem, “To a Serious Woman,” Judith Sornberger sets these words as a mantra between friends reviewing their lives as artists who cherish their work and also cherish the thorns and blessings of every day life that animate that work. 403 more words


Thinking about Christmas . . .

I am posting this a bit early so I can catch those of you who live west of the Date Line and are already in the midst of Christmas Day. 905 more words


Day 10: A Story for Saturday

This is the beginning of my introduction to TMMT, soon to be revealed.

Today I want to share one of my favourite stories with you all. 1,673 more words