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Hazel
Seattle, WA
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Yes, without the normal colds and viruses, we are completely taken aback by this doozy of a one! Better each day, sat up on the couch all day yesterday, not even a nap. Thanks, Saskia.
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Thank you, Dana, a little better each day. How swell to see you here. I think of you and wonder how you are...hoping to hear that you have recovered and creating your beautiful things.
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Thanks, Liz. It took a few days to have the energy to lift a needle, glad to be moving a little now. So sorry you and Don had it too, and happy you're well on the mend.
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Sand color worked too!
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What a beautiful trip that was, thank you, Marti. I plan to revisit many times, oxo.
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I loved the dream, if only it were true! The bed is full of stories- my dad's from the foster home he grew up in, then mine, brother's, nephew's, my boy's, and now mine again. Maybe a redo when the energy is back...
Toggle Commented 4 days ago on Not a vacation at handstories
Knew I was feeling better when I was laughing at the bedpost. That and yesterday's boredom. Thanks, making is slow, and here and there, but good to be doing bits of things.
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Thanks so much, Janet.
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Your cloths sure were a bit of cheery color yesterday. I suppose it was a good time for it to happen, nothing HAD to get done this week.
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Thanks, if I ever have enough energy, maybe. Glad it cooled off at least.
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Had planned to take the week off from shop making. Moon was starting his summer job. After a couple of weeks, I was going to have the house to myself during the days. I was going to work on personal projects- weaving the other side of that quilt, start an... Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at handstories
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Thanks, Nancy, I want these days to slow down for me and stitching but wish the months would fly by for K!
Toggle Commented Jun 20, 2022 on More turquoise, & tea at handstories
Turquoise is so soothing. We've heard only good things about the surgery, except from my mother, but she didn't/doesn't do what she was told to afterwards. K thinks that is the kind he will have, thanks. Moon's brain often boggles my mind.
Toggle Commented Jun 18, 2022 on More turquoise, & tea at handstories
Ha, when I read this, I thought, "Was there a bed in the room?" But then remembered that it was where Widget was hiding. Hardly registered with me. Maybe because there were so many other interesting things to be looking at! Math does have its charms. Being a teacher helped to appreciate it more. Give Gibson a skritch for me, oxo.
Toggle Commented Jun 18, 2022 on More turquoise, & tea at handstories
So sorry, for him and you! I don't know if it's ideal (is there anything ideal about a bed in the front room?), but it is better. The silk is so thin, a dream to stitch into.
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I have had moments with math, but it's mostly faded now. There was the exciting lightbulb and fireworks moment when Blue was in 4th grade, and his teacher taught me a different way of doing division. With Moon it's an artform. Yeah, the hip...
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I will be sure to take needle and thread with me, Marti! I love your kind of math, a lovely equation.
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Whenever you write Silver Girl I am filled with warm fuzzies.
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First fresh indigo experiment using the salt method. Two leaves, some salt, and a scrap of cotton (it already had some iron or walnut smudges on it) and of silk. Enjoyed the process and results very much, thanks again, Deb! Played with one in my dream that night. Something I... Continue reading
Posted Jun 17, 2022 at handstories
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Gosh, thanks Helen! Mark is brilliant (but I already knew that because he's with you!).
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I could have found the directions, but the dye had fallen back there too!
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Calmness and peace in every thought, all of it... & the ROSES.
Toggle Commented Jun 13, 2022 on 10 things about this weekend. at bee creative
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Me too, it's that half-way place between blue and green, refreshing and joyful. Yes, that fresh indigo color. Deb gave me a couple of plants, I'm hoping to try the salt method.
Toggle Commented Jun 13, 2022 on Turquoise at handstories
I've been petting the pile a lot!
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Dad always said that if it couldn't be fixed with duct tape, then it couldn't be fixed!
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