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Wisconsin, USA
Getting the words and stories out of my head.
Interests: gardening, food, spinning, sci-fi, weaving, cooking, photography, cats, family, friends, nature, quilting, reading fantasy, mystery & romance; knitting.
Recent Activity
I'm looking forward to sharing snippets, stories, and publication updates here. To my amazement, the website seems to be working. A few crossed fingers for adding modules and links are welcome, certainly. What's in the writing queue? The scene I'm working on right now involves flying cupcakes and warlocks that... Continue reading
Posted Mar 29, 2019 at AngelineNash
The 2018 Writer's Symposium was well worth the driving to and from Indianapolis. Being associated with GenCon, the workshops focused on science fiction/fantasy speculative/genre fiction. The fun panel that discussed Young Adult and below is the Urban Fantasy panel (photo... Continue reading
Posted Aug 6, 2018 at Purling Oaks
Reporting in on the new developments in the office: New desk from Ikea, the result of research and no little frustration with the lack of connection between ergonomics, women's bodies, and the furniture industry. Ikea came through with a nice... Continue reading
Posted Jul 31, 2018 at Purling Oaks
Oh yeah, I used to blog, once upon a time. An Office. With a Door. So, it turns out I enjoy having a desk and a chair and my computer attached to a large monitor. It motivates me to write.... Continue reading
Posted Jun 15, 2018 at Purling Oaks
Something new is a Glimakra Standard 46" 8 shaft/10 treadle countermarche loom! Well, technically, the parts of the loom. Saturday was slightly busier than planned with the septic system alarm sounding....fortunately after our first cups of coffee. A temporary fix... Continue reading
Posted Dec 4, 2016 at Purling Oaks
I'm preparing to show and sell scarves and shawls at this year's Wisconsin Sheep and Wool Festival held September 5 - 7, 2014 at the Jefferson Fair Park, Jefferson, Wisconsin. You'll find me in a booth with Yorkshire Rose Farm and all of Carole Pine's glorious products. I know, I... Continue reading
Posted Sep 3, 2014 at Studio at Purling Oaks
I've been busy! As one would hope......... since months have passed since my last blog post! In late May, I traveled to Eagleville, MO to celebrate the life of my Great-Aunt Madolyn Richardson Jones. The Angeline carved in the granite... Continue reading
Posted Jul 3, 2014 at Purling Oaks
I'm not even going to read my last post to see how long ago I posted. The kefir experiment has been successful. I found a source for grass-fed whole milk (pasturized) (at the Willy Street West Coop). I've been using... Continue reading
Posted Feb 17, 2014 at Purling Oaks
What's in that pretty jar? Milk kefir, from a local source. It has been the object of my search of several months, almost under my nose. Craigslist to the rescue! Now to see if my grocer still carries organic whole... Continue reading
Posted Dec 11, 2013 at Purling Oaks
I'm really beginning to enjoy Wednesdays. No, it isn't for the usual camelid-related reason. In my post-first-career life, my Wednesdays often are a week day where I have no recurring out-of-the-house meetings or responsibilities. I do household (bed linens and... Continue reading
Posted Oct 30, 2013 at Purling Oaks
And yes, I actually remembered my password to get into my Typepad account but don't ask me how I posted this into acorns......maybe it is supposed to be here. So, if you still are out there, you may be wondering what's been going on in my corner of the world. The Garden: The mini-eggplant produced a lot of fruit. A lot. I have a large bowl of eggplant on the counter right now that I saved from our late first frost. Maybe I shouldn't have saved them, since our freezer space is limited and I am just not up for... Continue reading
Posted Oct 17, 2013 at acorns
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Aug 8, 2013
The gruesome illusion of a graveyard has been transformed to the reality of a garden. Behold! Much better! White Dot is showing his feline approval. In the bed on the left (or westmost), I've planted carrots (Caracas from Jung Seeds)... Continue reading
Posted Jun 7, 2013 at Purling Oaks
After this morning's fog, the sun is out and I'm hoping things will dry out enough to allow for a bit of mowing later today. The forecast for the next several days does not look promising for hay-making/grass cutting. Gardening-----... Continue reading
Posted May 29, 2013 at Purling Oaks
.....What have I been doing? This photo may explain some of what I've been doing....... I've also been getting acquainted with the new-to-me lawn tractor and have been remembering to duck under the low branches in the orchard. I found... Continue reading
Posted May 25, 2013 at Purling Oaks
Last week Thursday, I picked up two dozen fresh eggs from Carole, my friend and spinning group leader. While we were chatting, she asked if I would like to see the lambs. You can guess my answer, right?! On our... Continue reading
Posted Apr 21, 2013 at Purling Oaks
Square Slippers are in progress as part of the March Origami along or CMMDI. This will probably also be an April Origami for me. Here's the project page (public). I've knit more since I took this photo but I'm being... Continue reading
Posted Mar 24, 2013 at Purling Oaks
Although I see snowflakes drifting down from the skies this morning, I must say that I know spring is coming. How do I say that with such certainty? What's my evidence? Our number one predictor at Chez Purling Oaks......Blue is... Continue reading
Posted Mar 1, 2013 at Purling Oaks
Another sunny Sunday is here and once again I had to log into TypePad to post. ********* The trip to California was lovely, no matter how short our trip. BTW, it all depends on who you talk to at an... Continue reading
Posted Feb 24, 2013 at Purling Oaks
Not too much excitement here for early February. We're having a nice sunny Sunday with the snow blowing off the oaks in the back yard. I think we added another ten inches of snow this week and I only had... Continue reading
Posted Feb 3, 2013 at Purling Oaks
Yeah, I used to have this blog....... 2012 was quite a I have absolutely no desire to repeat --- except I would like to keep the lessons learned and personal motivation derived from various happenings. In the whole scheme... Continue reading
Posted Jan 12, 2013 at Purling Oaks
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Nov 13, 2012
I'm not EVEN going to look to see the date of my last post. Jeepers, it has been a while. Hmmm. Random often works for this type of situation. I'll try that.... I've knit but not much and there are... Continue reading
Posted Sep 3, 2012 at Purling Oaks
Joy asked me for a photo of the Florentine iris that I mentioned on facebook....a week or so ago, I think. Here is one from Saturday, May 12, 2012.... I call them Florentine iris, well, because that is what I... Continue reading
Posted May 13, 2012 at Purling Oaks