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Jane
Interests: knitting, rubber stamping, movies, reading, photography, computers
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Cute toy. Congrats to Andy on the new job. And I love the lake picture!
Toggle Commented Feb 17, 2013 on Identity Crisis at News From The Nest
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What a wonderful holiday for you and the Birds! So much to be thankful for and so many blessings, all richly deserved.
Toggle Commented Dec 3, 2012 on Thanksgiving Miracle... at lifelong knitter
Congratulations Mor-Mor, he is absolutely cute!
Toggle Commented Mar 17, 2012 on 11 minutes overdue at Life's a Stitch
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I'm so sad to read of your sister's passing, but very glad that you got to spend time with her before the end. I know it's been a long road for you both, and hope that your happy memories will sustain you and lighten the load in the coming days. I love the image of her with her horse, and like to think of her happily standing in a sunlit pasture with her dear horse friends.
Well, I'm obviously way behind the times reading blogs (again!) These are AMAZING photos! Congrats on being picked up by USA Today - what a cool thing. I'm off to follow the link and read the article.
Toggle Commented May 31, 2011 on My photo made USA Today! at lifelong knitter
It is a lovely story. My son has a stocking with his name on it my mom got him for his first Christmas. It was knitted by the 92-year old grandma of a woman she worked with, and is a lovely old fashioned kind of stocking. A very Merry Christmas to you and your wonderful family. Hope you have a white one!
Toggle Commented Dec 24, 2010 on Tis the season... at lifelong knitter
It was a lovely photo. These last few days have been brilliant. I'm happy to see that your health is improving. I've been trying to stay off the computer as much, but have yet to be able to give up my tv. Of course, I'm getting lots of exercise with the horses. Many good thoughts for your sister. Hope to see you at SAFF.
I'm so happy to see that some progress is happening. Learning to retool your entire life cannot be easy, but with your determination, I know you'll make it.
Toggle Commented Sep 2, 2010 on Second Sleep Study, Sunday! at lifelong knitter
Looks like good news all around. Congratulations. And yes, I love the small of fresh school supplies!
Toggle Commented Aug 8, 2010 on I passed the test. at lifelong knitter
I hope the sleep study provides info that will be useful for you. Seems that slowing down and really paying attention to what is going on around us is not such an easy thing to do. I read an article by a photographer once, telling about how he went on a vacation without his camera. He said that he saw so much more without looking through the lens, and while he has no intentions of leaving his equipment behind again, that it did teach him to see in a new way. Best of luck on your new journey. I think I will learn something from your travels, as well.
Toggle Commented Aug 4, 2010 on Sleep Study at lifelong knitter
It's always such a relief to get a solid diagnosis, because then you can constructively begin to deal with whatever it is. I know you are going to overcome this with your strong mind and great heart.
Toggle Commented Jul 2, 2010 on A Whole new LIFE..... at lifelong knitter
I'd like to knit both Tachimawari and Scatterling. I love knitting socks, and am about to start my 150h pair, so either of those would be a good choice for them.
Toggle Commented May 27, 2010 on Handwerks Yarn Giveaway! at Knitcircus
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Mar 15, 2010
Oh, I agree! Decatur is absolutely cheaper than Atlanta. Although, oddly enough, it seems Atlanta has pulled all their meters along Highland between at least Ponce and a few blocks past Virginia. I'm sure the businesses in that area appreciate it, as do I, a frequent shopper there.
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I don't mind paying to park at the meters, although I do think the cost is a bit high. Actually, just today I put in two quarters for 20 minutes at a meter across Ponce from the Starbucks, which would be 6 for an hour.
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Socks and Mittens are appalled! Bad, bad goggies, they say. They volunteer to come search for the hidden toys, and promise not to hiss or scratch the puppies. I'm coming just to see the snow!!!
Toggle Commented Dec 19, 2009 on Poodles, FTW! at lifelong knitter
Oh, lovely! It's cold here, too. Hope Molly is feeling better. Are you coming to SAFF??
Toggle Commented Oct 19, 2009 on First Frost... at lifelong knitter
Thanks! The butterfly beret was a lot of fun to knit. I had not seen that stitch before, and like how it looks. After Christmas and the wedding, I'll have to make one of those for myself. Oh, and the rain is back. sigh Jane Beautiful knits! I hadn't seen that pattern for the butterfly beret and really love yours! Beautiful color you chose and what a great stitch pattern (I've seen that stitch before but it just goes great on this hat!). Glad you are getting great (dry) weather!
Toggle Commented Oct 7, 2009 on Ahead of the Curve at Quiddity
Oh, I LOVE those blues!
Toggle Commented Oct 7, 2009 on The ASJ grows... at lifelong knitter
Beautiful animals, and beautiful photos. How fun to visit these sweet animals!
Toggle Commented Sep 27, 2009 on Open Farm days... at lifelong knitter
Whup it's butt!!!
Toggle Commented Sep 20, 2009 on Inviting the Dragon in for tea at lifelong knitter
Looks like a beautiful morning. I'm looking forward to giving that PGR heel a try. Right now, I'm knitting a Welsh heel, which I really like.
Lovely! I'm on a new sock heel quest myself. So far, I've done three new to me short row heels, and downloaded the instructions for the PGR heel. I think my next sock will have the Welsh heel, but PGR is definitely on the list.
Toggle Commented Sep 4, 2009 on Sanctuary at lifelong knitter
Well, that's the PITS! I had no idea the MRI was not diagnostic in that manner. I'm glad you have your garden and knitting to provide comfort.
Toggle Commented Jul 16, 2009 on No MRI for me.... at lifelong knitter