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Hazel
Seattle, WA
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It was good, they are two of my favorite relatives.
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Every day it seems.
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Ha. True!
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Love the stillness of it. (I had wondered if there would be moss on it?)
Toggle Commented yesterday on Building at Spirit Cloth
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oh, yes, love this connection.
Toggle Commented yesterday on How Place Happened at Spirit Cloth
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So easy to do, so hard to remember.
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You're very kind, Marti, but there are many many days when I get it wrong. I don't post about them often, trying to forget them, probably. Hoping that by writing down the good ones they'll stick in my memory & internal tool box. ox
Toggle Commented 2 days ago on just listen at handstories
Ha, she just told me this weekend that "swell" is a word I use a lot! (& it was a very swell visit!)
Toggle Commented 2 days ago on morning after at handstories
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I work with two fourth grade classrooms- math and reading groups, helping with writing, art class, library . . . generally bouncing back and forth as needed. We teachers are often telling kids how to behave. I'm thinking that we grown-ups could do with some reminders, too. Yesterday, I saw... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at handstories
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Love watching kids figure it out, with construction paper, shoe boxes, etc. It's just so cool- how it all holds together, and add in your mosaicing & it's magical. (SO MUCH STUFF to do, started making a list yesterday, got tired, and went & took a nap instead.)
Toggle Commented 3 days ago on The Nature of a Cloth Weave at Spirit Cloth
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Thanks!
Toggle Commented 3 days ago on morning after at handstories
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A terrific weekend with my sister and her guy. They hadn't seen K. or the boys in years, so it was fun to see them reconnect in real life. Lots of laughing, talking, walking, good food, wine, and sunshine. (Maybe a little too much of the last two!) It's always... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at handstories
It was suddenly 70-something this weekend, I was melting, while my sister from RI was delighted with the cooler weather. Hope your weather calmed down.
Toggle Commented 3 days ago on acclimating at handstories
Thanks, Kathryn, a way to blissfully drift in daydreams…
Toggle Commented 3 days ago on self centering at handstories
Yes. perfect. I really am a wimp about weather.
Toggle Commented 5 days ago on acclimating at handstories
It's a moment where all kinds of stories are possible.
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Oh, the clouds. Driving through eastern Washington last summer, with the wide open sky, took way too many photos. What do you fill your snakes with?
Toggle Commented 7 days ago on feild notes, a cold May at bee creative
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You're so sweet, Stephanie, thanks. We all need a way to sail away sometimes…
Toggle Commented 7 days ago on self centering at handstories
Years of apartment living made me crave color. so, when we moved in here I made the house a rainbow of rooms. now a clean slate sounds refreshing, but hate to paint. sigh.
Toggle Commented 7 days ago on Like This at Spirit Cloth
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What Deb said. & you make me want to paint my walls white, something I never thought I'd think.
Toggle Commented 7 days ago on Like This at Spirit Cloth
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It feels like summer should be just around the corner, but there are still five more weeks of school. The weather yo-yos from week to week. Dark, rainy and gray the last days, but it's supposed to be eighty next Tuesday. But I should be grateful, it's 95 at my... Continue reading
Posted 6 days ago at handstories
Ha!
Toggle Commented 7 days ago on self centering at handstories
I hope so.
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Thank you for sharing this, Nanette. I'm so glad you've been able to "sail through" to a soft place. Working with cloth has done much of that for me. I think there's a lot to explore in how a little boat can carry us. Peace to you.
Toggle Commented 7 days ago on self centering at handstories
Maybe a piece of it is a way to keep from drowning?
Toggle Commented May 17, 2017 on self centering at handstories