Monthly Archives: December 2012

Changes a’ blowing!

This year is quickly drawing to a close. Many exciting changes which have been on the horizon are now staring us in the eye within the guise of the New Year.  My husband will be beginning a new job next … Continue reading

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The holiday wind-down

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Almost ready

* cake pops the girls made for tomorrow * repurposed mittens they are gifting each other.  We cut up an old boucle sweater of mine. * finished thrummed mittens for my Gram.  Super warm! we are almost ready…

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:: December 21 ::

Today I overheard a phone conversation between Sophia and her aunt. Sophia: “Abi?  I want to sew mom a pillow for Christmas but I don’t want her to know.  Will you help me?” {heart melting}

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Yarn Along

I completed my sister’s Owl sweater, after a bit of procrastination. I’m about sick of Christmas projects, I can tell you. But it’s done and I like it a lot. Actually I texted her after I finished it and asked … Continue reading

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Linky love

We are focusing on family and gratitude and the simple things right now, despite the pain our state, our nation, and indeed the world, is still feeling after the events last week here in Connecticut.  Today the girls are going … Continue reading

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Waldorf Weekend Review

This post has been sitting in my draft folder since Friday morning when I wrote it. I’m so glad I wrote it then, because I just don’t have the stomach for it now. It feels like the fabric of our … Continue reading

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