Archive for September, 2008

S is for Song

on Sep 28th 2008

This was a hard one–not picking the topic, but trying to decide how to represent it.  Music in general, and singing and songwriting  in particular, have been important to me for as long as I’ve given much thought to what’s important to me.  I made this songbook when I was  a junior in college, and […]

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In the Woods by Tana French

on Sep 25th 2008

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Ronin by Frank Miller

on Sep 21st 2008

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on Sep 17th 2008

Rosi put most of this gorgeous silk wool yarn on the swap table at the Knitter’s Review retreat last year, and I snapped it up.  Now that the weather is starting to cool a bit and this year’s retreat is approaching, I figured it was time to get to work on it.  I swatched and […]

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R is for Reading

on Sep 15th 2008

Of course it is. My college room-mate Steven took this photo of me for a photography class he was taking.  His assignment was to take a photo that really explained a friend of his as well as possible.  So he started talking me into laying in our bathtub, bathing in books.  I asked two questions, […]

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In the bag

on Sep 3rd 2008

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