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Hazel
Seattle, WA
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It was great & wild & weird!
Toggle Commented 1 hour ago on bird wonder at handstories
Thanks, my 7th grade art teacher taught me how to draw them. Thank you, Mrs. Trytko!
Toggle Commented 1 hour ago on sancturaries of self at handstories
Love how a good storm clears the air & how your house tells the same kind of story by seeming exciting and calm at the same time.
Toggle Commented 1 hour ago on Storm Watch at Spirit Cloth
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I wonder? They definitely knew something.
Toggle Commented yesterday on bird wonder at handstories
It's hard to hold onto these days.
Toggle Commented yesterday on sancturaries of self at handstories
Beautiful, Mo, yes, that's just how trees & roots feel to me- a reaching, give & take, in all directions.
Toggle Commented yesterday on sancturaries of self at handstories
We did! It's one of my memory treasures.
Toggle Commented yesterday on sancturaries of self at handstories
ha, that will require a lot more tea!
Toggle Commented yesterday on Snow . Stitch. at Spirit Cloth
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i'm in the mood for snow. If I stitch it, will it come?
Toggle Commented yesterday on Snow . Stitch. at Spirit Cloth
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I've been thinking of shrines, temples, altars. The idea of "holy" is in it, but it's more about the spirit, rather than the spiritual, a way of marking what's held dear. A cobbled indigo arch was the start, wanting there to be something roughly hewn about it. Or maybe it's... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at handstories
A wild for these gray winter days!
Toggle Commented 2 days ago on bird wonder at handstories
Maybe the lasts hurrahs before winter? It's all a wonder!
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This post is good medicine. Today is free...going to put some blue glass on the windowsill to look through with cups & cups of tea & cloth.
Toggle Commented 2 days ago on Spirit Lifters. at Spirit Cloth
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It did sound & look like a frat party- drunken birds gone wild(er)!
Toggle Commented 2 days ago on bird wonder at handstories
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Yesterday afternoon the birds went wild. They were all over the yard and the trees were full of them. Robins, jays, chickadees, flickers, sparrows... They were calling and flying about. It was quite the ruckus. Most of them flew off when I went out to see what was going on.... Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at handstories
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The unknown creates room for possibilities, just like your roof gap.
Toggle Commented 3 days ago on Good Morning at Spirit Cloth
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How cloth can be so many things, pretty wonderful. We're pondering where next, east is a possibility, but don't know if I could handle your humid heat (actually, don't know if he could handle me not handling it)
Toggle Commented 5 days ago on Cloth and Cold at Spirit Cloth
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Universes, and windows. Hope you're feeling better soon.
Toggle Commented 5 days ago on Eyes at Spirit Cloth
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It's nice to be reminded of it.
Toggle Commented 5 days ago on one thing leads to another... at handstories
I thought of smoke, too, or steam (morning tea influence), as for the slippers- I'm sure I'm the neighborhood "character".
Toggle Commented 5 days ago on one thing leads to another... at handstories
It was a great weekend of light & lightness.
Toggle Commented 5 days ago on one thing leads to another... at handstories
Aging is not for the weak of heart, spirit or body!
Great choices & yarn finds. I steeked once, baby sweater for Blue, scary and fun. Elizabeth Zimmerman's writing about it coached me through.
Toggle Commented 7 days ago on assignment #4 at bee creative
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I'm behind already! & had the same cloth thoughts. Did you learn anything you didn't know about your preferences from the assignment?
Toggle Commented 7 days ago on smile! at bee creative
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Very cool pencil & joodles! I like the lightness of doodle, not taking things too seriously, possibilities.
Toggle Commented 7 days ago on So Where is the Snow? at Spirit Cloth
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