Monthly Archives: July 2014

My Deer Work Buddies

Big City….   Yes Deer Los Angeles is a big city, but it is surrounded by numerous outdoor spaces that we 2-legged humans share with some not so tame 4-legged creatures.  I wrote about knitting at the beach while watching my … Continue reading

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Knitting to Roaring Twenties Jazz

Like many communities around the country, Altadena has summer concerts in a park.  In our case the concerts are in the amphitheater at  Farnsworth Park.  Each week the music is different – Thank you Los Angeles County Sheriffs and the … Continue reading

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Cram Knitting…

My good intentions/goals of blogging 3 times a week hasn’t been happening lately.  What has gotten in the way?  Busy at work, busy with the kids, and I did have a bit of a bug.  But I have managed to … Continue reading

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Christmas in July?

I help with the Newsletter for Abuelita’s Knitting and Needlepoint and I started a new section called “Gift-ology.”  The idea is to share potential knitting, crocheting, stitching, and craft gift ideas.  I thought that you might to see the ideas … Continue reading

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Keep Close to Nature’s heart…

Keep close to Nature’s heart… and break clear away, once in a while, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean. – Muir quoted by Samuel Hall Young in Alaska Days with John … Continue reading

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