Monthly Archives: April 2009

Dandelion Thoughts

The other day I was following a school bus as I came home. At one stop, a young girl got off. As I watched, she picked a gone-to-seed dandelion and blew on it. I thought, “I bet her parents don’t … Continue reading

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Another Book Signing

Tonight there’s another book signing of interest to knitters. Debbie Macomber will be at the Barnes & Noble store in the West County mall at 7 p.m. Knitters know her as the author of the Shop on Blossom Street. The … Continue reading

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Spring Break

I had my Spring Break last week when I drove to Columbia, Missouri, for the annual Women’s Seminar of the United Pentecostal Church. It was a beautiful day for the drive … pleasant temperatures, just a few clouds in the … Continue reading

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JIT Knitting

When I worked, the manufacturing department had a JIT (Just In Time) program. My knitting must have been operating on that program. I finished the baby sweater I’ve been working on Tuesday except for sewing on the buttons. I got … Continue reading

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Interesting Weekend

I had an interesting weekend … if you include Monday evening in the weekend. It began with the Knitters’ Guild meeting on Saturday afternoon. The program was given by a member who is a Civil War re-enactor. She spoke on … Continue reading

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Dreams

There’s been quite a buzz in the media about Susan Boyle’s singing “I Dream a Dream” in the Britain’s Got Talent audition and how she wowed the judges. Every mention of it made me want to hear this. I was … Continue reading

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Roadside Memorials

Here in this area, you frequently see roadside memorials where a fatal accident has occurred. Family and friends often leave flowers or other items at the memorial in memory of their loved one who died at that spot. Usually at … Continue reading

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