Monthly Archives: March 2011

Lunchtime blogging

Since I’ve mastered the art of blogging from my phone, here’s my lunch and my sock. Yesterday at 5:50 pm, this sock was ready for its heel. At 6:10 pm it was completely ripped and rewound into a ball. An … Continue reading

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Getting ready

This year, late spring and early summer will be spent at my mom’s house which is in a letterboxing wasteland. There’s all of one stamp within 10-15 miles so you know I’ll have to change that. Since the demise of … Continue reading

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Stylin’

photo, a photo by Pearlicue on Flickr. Found this photo at my mom’s house earlier this month. It was taken in the summer of 1973. My brother there was probably 2 and a few months. My dad looks so young! … Continue reading

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January stamp roundup

IMG_0169 a photo by Pearlicue on Flickr. I’m sorry to say that I haven’t carved at all so far this month. I have many images transferred to the pink stuff, but haven’t taken gouge to rubber in a while. This … Continue reading

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Washed away

I found myself in Kentucky on Sunday and had a chance to see the flooding from our spring rains.  There’s supposed to be a road down there. The riverboat you see here had to keep its engines/paddle engaged 24/7 and … Continue reading

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Stripe-y goodness

Every time Karen posts a photo of striped socks, I get the urge to knit stripes.  The past 2 or 3 times I was able to resist but this time I gave in.  All I had in that particular yarn … Continue reading

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