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Monika Aebischer
Interests: travel, textiles, stitching, painting, creating, horseback riding, mixed media art, symbolism, the creative process, paper making, imagery, creating nourishment, creative explorations
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Hey Sue... the finger got "crushed" when I was cleaning up the studio back in March - had to have it in a cast - a fracture and a lovely mallet finger... the hearing is one of those re-occuring things.. the husband and son get a cold.. I get a middle-ear infection, then the ear-drum bursts.. that's it for the physical stuff.. as to the time.. 'tis the season to make the tax man happy - meaning endless hours spent on business administration. As to the dirty laundry...-grin- I think we all know where that comes from... I had hoped to get the shoes in a lighter colour, alas these do work well with much I'm wearing and complement the 4 pairs of magenta-redish shoes I have accumulated unbeknownst to me.
Toggle Commented Jun 11, 2011 on Somebody's got new shoes... at The Olive Sparrow
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Mar 15, 2010
I'm so happy that it finally got there... I made the post man put real stamps instead of the usual print-outs.... Now, dearest Pam... will we get to see a picture of you wearing the scarf (wink-wink...)
Toggle Commented Feb 11, 2009 on backtack at hortensia
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And here, we just received another 15 cm of snow. In another few weeks at this rate, the compost will be totally hidden under snow. Already, my above ground planting box (about 30 cm high) is buried under at least that much again. I love it though, as this is what a Canadian Winter is supposed to be like. Temperatures are supposed to be milder right now (that is around -4 only... giggle...) But I did receive a gardening catalogue this week, and a few new plants look very, very tempting.... but, oh, woe me, where do I put them.
Toggle Commented Jan 30, 2009 on doorstops at hortensia
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