Monthly Archives: August 2012

How I Came to Love Gray… or is it Grey?

I love color. While learning the basics of nature photography years ago, my interest in the black & white genre was non-existent. From the start I filled my camera with color slide film, never dabbling in the black & white … Continue reading

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Some People Live Very Sheltered and Sad Lives

I’m looking to move into a new apartment and yesterday I met with a potential landlord. I told her about myself and how I used to own a yarn shop. “Why did you open a yarn shop?” she asked. I … Continue reading

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Knee Deep in the Hoopla

Yesterday I started a new project. I got the idea from Angela at KnitLuck, who suggested in the comments of a previous post that I should always have some socks on the needles. Portable projects are SO useful! The yarn … Continue reading

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Knitting in Public, Part 2

A little while ago I wrote about my hesitancy of ‘coming out of the knitting closet’ and knitting by myself in public. I’m happy to report that I’ve started the coming out process by knitting on the way home from … Continue reading

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