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Stephanie - Wasabimon
Three feet left of clarity.
I like mangoes.
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This is such a wonderful post. It's been so hard this year - but then I realized that I can't think of a time when I haven't been working through something or trying to get through a series of events that left me wondering "Why???" It's so true that the Universe never loses faith in us. Sometimes you just need to close your eyes and keep walking, knowing that it's holding your hand and won't let you fall.
Christine, will you be MY origami mommy? Your kids must have so much fun with you. As for what I'd like to learn, I have a book here on making paper laterns and lamps. It sounds like so much fun, but it's a lot for one person to bite off when they haven't crafted in years.
Toggle Commented Oct 22, 2010 on Stamping and a fall giveaway at Origami Mommy
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You are so, so talented. I wish I had a fraction of your crafting abilities!
Toggle Commented Aug 9, 2010 on Gather, pleat, smock, and sew at Origami Mommy
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Kids walk to school in the first grade? Wow! I would have been so completely scared out of my wits at that age! It's amazing how different cultures can be, isn't it?
Toggle Commented Jul 12, 2010 on Free-range kids at Origami Mommy
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Your children are so, so gorgeous. :)
Toggle Commented Jul 12, 2010 on Summer sewing at Origami Mommy
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I'm such a sucker for kitchen gadgetry...
Toggle Commented Jun 22, 2010 on A Pocketful of Peaches at Dessert First
It must be so tough to have two homes. I have no idea what it feels like, but it must be very strange indeed. On a side note, your photos are gorgeous. :)
Toggle Commented Jun 17, 2010 on Back home at Origami Mommy
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I'm so happy for you two! I'm glad your wedding day was the one few sunny day from that month, though from the looks of it, you would have shined through even the darkest storm. :)
Toggle Commented Jun 9, 2010 on Return to the Kitchen at Dessert First
I was so sad to miss this! But, alas, I was out of town. Next year.
Ha! You crack me up. ;) Might check this out... Diane Cu told us about it in Mexico: SUPER cool.
Toggle Commented Mar 17, 2010 on Sunday at 5 second rule
And, what did you use to create the video? You're so handy!
Toggle Commented Mar 17, 2010 on Sunday at 5 second rule
That was wonderful! I had a great time, though I wish we'd gotten to hang out a little more. :) Lunch when I get back from Thailand?
Toggle Commented Mar 17, 2010 on Sunday at 5 second rule
Oooh, intrigued. I will definitely make some of this, and thanks for pointing out the book, which I now also want to read. Question - how long does this stuff keep at room temperature? I've never been there, but I imagine Ethiopia is very warm!
Toggle Commented Mar 11, 2010 on Spiced Butter - Nit’ir qibe at A Life of Spice
Great news!! Congratulations!
CONGRATULATIONS my dear! I'm so so so happy for you. :)
Toggle Commented Feb 17, 2010 on In the Mood for Love at Dessert First
I embrace out outlier status. :)
Toggle Commented Feb 9, 2010 on Outlier at 5 second rule
If you need any help, I'm at your service! This sounds like a fun project. :)
Toggle Commented Feb 5, 2010 on Fleurir: Chocolates in Full Bloom at Dessert First
I love that quote! "I don't think I have written it yet." Perfect.
Toggle Commented Feb 3, 2010 on Essay: The best is yet to come at A Life of Spice
Salmon is my favorite. I might try this with arctic char, since it's more sustainable!
Oh! I have such a love of little printed chocolates. Have you thought about posting a tutorial?
Toggle Commented Feb 1, 2010 on Fleurir: Chocolates in Full Bloom at Dessert First
Those photos are making my hungry. I have such a love of Mexican food that it may be the only thing that keeps me in this [often intolerable] state!
Toggle Commented Jan 30, 2010 on Jonesing for Mexican at Indigo Days
I remember when I made your fenugreek chicken, I smelled like maple the next day! It was hilarious. Then my friend mentioned that she took it as a supplement to help with lactation with her first baby, and she smelled like maple syrup the entire month she took it. How funny, and how tasty.
One of these days I will have to post my teriyaki kale chip recipe. Thanks for reminding me!
Toggle Commented Jan 26, 2010 on Chaat Masala Kale Chips at A Life of Spice
This was a great recap - you brought me and my wandering, nostalgic mind back to home. Even the motormouth comment, which I'm trying very hard not to be offended by. ;) I miss you and hope to see you soon, on either side of the Pacific. Want to meet me in Thailand in March?
Toggle Commented Jan 26, 2010 on Food Bloggers in Mexico at Indigo Days
Pomegranate and panna cotta - perhaps the perfect marriage. Thank you!