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Not Just One

or two, but three boxes appeared on my porch the other day! I already knew a little about what was inside each; the littlest box held 3 two-year old blueberry plants, twigs really, that we ordered from Indiana Berry and … Continue reading

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Color Me Stunned

About a week ago I received a message in Ravelry from Lisa of Tennessee, aka lanale, of ‘Coastal Craze’ fame. She wanted to give me some yarn for charity blankets and wondered whether I had any color preferences. Like always, … Continue reading

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Where Ya Been?

I went missing for over a week. Did you wonder where I’d gone? Oh, just playing up in our attic. . . and in New York. lol. Let me explain. . . I went into the attic a couple of … Continue reading

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Mmmm. Sherbet!

Apparently the local charity that delivers my ripples to DCF received an Enormous donation of yarn, because – look at what they gave me last week! An influx of new colors for my charity stash is deeply appreciated. And. . … Continue reading

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An Anonymous Yarn Fairy

Because I mentioned that I was going to crochet some Christmas blankets for the foster kids, the charity group set aside lots of Christmasy yarns for me when they divvied up a Big Donation of Yarn. Thanks! More Christmas yarn … Continue reading

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An Annual Autumn Tag Sale

The local historical society holds a tag sale every October. Here’s a post about last year’s sale. At this year’s I grabbed a comforter bag filled with yarn, the one I’d spied from the sidelines while waiting for the sale … Continue reading

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Three Bagsful

Three bags of goodies were waiting for me at the library when I recently dropped off some more summer baby blankets. One held eleven pounds of used crayons, already sorted, which I’ll turn into Rainbow Crayons. I must finish a … Continue reading

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