Jan 28, 2007
Some things you didn't hear me talk about; some things you did.
And the end of the book!
The Librarian's Lament (don't you loathe hearing, "yeah, that's just your opinion..." when someone says something like, "the world isn't flat!"), and a killer library.
Some things to do in the spring to help make the world a less...
Jan 18, 2007
First: Turn of the Screw - Chapters 18-19-20!
Second: Stephanie Pearl McPhee's SOAR interview.
And the rest: Sock Darning.
And worth mentioning again--the best Toe-Up cast-on in the WORLD! in my deeply biased opinion...
Here's the article on the Ladies in Phoenix, knitting for the good of...
Jan 12, 2007
Today, Chapters 15, 16 AND 17!
Today I have some fun silkworm links, some pretty pics of the Pysanky eggs by Jen (who is very, very, very prolific while listening), some pics of intersting historical spindles, and some lip from Julie!
Julie absolutely rightfully called me on the carpet for...
Jan 5, 2007
Today's theme is "Honi Soit qui Mal y Pense" which comes to us from a (probably apocryphal) story about King Edward III and the Order of the Garter. A rough translation is "Shame to him who thinks ill of it" but my AP English teacher used it as "Evil will be seen by those who look for it." Actually he may have had a...
Dec 28, 2006
Well, we're having the first winter storm of the season. The
mountains are capped with snow, the sky is grey, it's 39° (I hear
you..."Hey! It's the DESERT! What's with the snow and
temperature?!"), and the day is bleeding ennui.
Not least because my husband is here and I'm here (though it's much greyer today).