Monthly Archives: November 2008

When then thinking

Last night at Bible Study, the minister taught on learning contentment.  He used a phrase during the lesson which caught my ear … when then thinking.  When I ___________, then I’ll _________.  You get to fill in the blanks.   This … Continue reading

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Effects of Time Change

What effects has the change back to standard time had on you?  I know some liken the effects to those of jet lag.  I never paid any attention to them prior to this year.  But I do believe the change … Continue reading

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Flexibility

What is flexibility as it relates to knitting?  I got to thinking about that as I changed my mind — more than once — about what to do with the leftover yarn from my vest.  At first, I thought I … Continue reading

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Everything’s Shrinking

All of us, I’m sure, have had the experience of going to our closet, taking out a garment we haven’t worn in a while and discovering it has shrunk.  It now pulls in across our tummies or hips or maybe … Continue reading

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Tales from an Election Judge

Working as an election judge (poll worker) starts ‘way too early!  Several from our team met last night at the church hall where folks in our precinct would be voting today to get as much of the set-up done as … Continue reading

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It snuck up on me

The change back to standard time snuck up on me.  I hadn’t given it a thought until I read about it on Fillyjonk’s blog (http://fillyjonk.blogspot.com) the other day.  So I must turn my clocks back.  I can really use that … Continue reading

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