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My new orange friend!

Last Friday, for the first time since we moved, I have finally decided to bake. I turned on my mixer and promptly discovered that he did not survive the move. I was very sad. My old faithful Kitchen Aid mixer was 18 years old, older than any of my kids. Lots of dough and butter came o
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I have slipped-up!

Sometimes the best plans go awry. I have started knitting a Rainbow version of the Amazing Siberian Slippers for my friend Maggie a couple of days ago. And instead of doing the cuff in the way I have put into my pattern I thought I would try something different. I wanted to make a lon
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Knit me a Rainbow!

I love knitting for myself. Hey, that is why I really learned how to knit. I was pretty happy with crochet, but I was in love with handknit socks. And the only way to get them was to knit them myself. And so I persevered and now I am knitting almost as many socks as I want. Almost, be
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Day in, day out…

Days keep rushing by without any regard for my angst and my tender feelings. Do I have any tender feelings? Well, I did think I had any left, but it turned out that I do. Funny, unproductive day today. Was going to accomplish a lot, then a man came in claiming he was there to check ou
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Yarn Therapy

As days go by, I am trying to get back to normal. And “normal” for me is – yarn. Lots and lots of yarn. As in knitting up yarn. Crocheting yarn. Petting my very lovely extra special yarn and so on… Yesterday I went stash diving purely as a form of therapy. Sinc
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There is a sock for everything!

A few weeks ago my Mom and Dad visited us in Israel. And yes, you will get to hear about their visit too. Soon. So, anyway, when they visited us here they brought me an early birthday gift from my Grandma (remember her?). Something I wanted for the longest time – my very own iPh
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