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Completed Granny Square Afghan

Well, I did it. I finished crocheting the granny square afghan I was working on. I’m quite surprised that it not only went well, but was easy and painless to sew together, too. I wasn’t tracking the precise about of time it took to complete the project, but I believe it was about 3 weeks […]

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Revisiting 1992

Truly, it doesn’t seem that long ago. So how could things have changed so dramatically? That was the thought I had recently when I turned on Netflix and sat down to watch the first episode of the British crime drama (I’m rather addicted to British crime dramas, you see), A Touch of Frost. The pilot […]

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When the Gallbladder Attacks!

For some reason, this title reminds me of a 1950s B movie. That made me laugh. What happened (again) last week—not so much. First off, a brief history. Back in 2001, I suffered a gallbladder attack. Based on recent comparison, it was relatively mild. When I say relatively mild, in terms of a gallbladder attack, […]

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SXSWi Revisited

SXSWi 2011 was the first time I purchased a badge for the entire event. We’ve had trade show space over the years. I’ve always piggy backed (with a free badge) on the day my husband speaks. I even did a year where I only participated in the badgeless or “free stuff” as they call it; […]

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Back By Popular Demand…

Building a Raised-Bed Vegetable Garden (originally published January 2008) Yes, we all know that we need to eat better. The problem, for me at least, lies with the availability of fresh produce. It isn’t just that I don’t want to eat lettuce that has been trucked into town from 1100 miles away (or shipped from […]

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