Trick or Treat? BOTH!

OK, I’ve come to the conclusion one can only stare at a bird-feeder for just so long before going bonkers. Rhonda agrees. Chickadees are simply too small to consider proper prey – and besides, Mom won’t let her out on the upper deck to chase them. This past week, along with bird-watching; I’ve made aContinue reading “Trick or Treat? BOTH!”

The Colorful Life of Yarn

Working on only one project at a time leaves little room for spontaneity or creative inspiration. Being pretty much stuck at home these days, I need to find ways to add spice and variety to my life. I’m currently knitting up a 3-ply art yarn I created and spun last year. I’m really pleased withContinue reading “The Colorful Life of Yarn”

Shiver My Timbers!

I thought about titling this “The Winds of November”, but it sounded like some epic novel. Besides; it’s not really about the wind – although I’ll admit, the wind has been substantial last night and today. The gusting winds woke me up just past dawn this morning, literally shaking the house. For you non-Alaskans, thatContinue reading “Shiver My Timbers!”

A Stitch In Time

Busy with my RV rambles this summer, I haven’t written much about spinning or knitting. It was enough to just keep busy. To keep my mind off Covid-19, other health concerns, finances, relationships, work and the future in general. Call it escaping, denial, or whatever you like. Everyone finds their own ways to cope. IContinue reading “A Stitch In Time”

Flexibility is Important

Yes, I can still touch my toes, but that is not what I mean by flexibility. 😉 My “plan”, to the extent that I had a plan, was to wind up my beach vacation on Thursday morning, with the idea of possibly stopping for one more night at one of my favorite woodsy campgrounds inContinue reading “Flexibility is Important”