About MeI am a daughter, sister, wife and aunt who has always loved a good yarn.
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Monthly Archives: August 2011
(Inspired by a comment on my previous post, I decided to re-post a review from 2009.) Humor is funny in that what will send one person into peals of laughter can leave another person totally straight-faced. Tonight I was watching … Continue reading
Agatha Christie has become my main “go to” author; if I’m not sure what book I want to read next, I read one of Christie’s mysteries. Since she was a very prolific writer, she will probably hold that position in … Continue reading
I’ve always felt that I should want to read Fahrenheit 451̊, that it would be a perfect story for a bibliophile like myself. Yet somehow whenever I’d pick up a copy, I never felt drawn to it. But The Illustrated … Continue reading
About four years ago (or halfway through my Christmas stocking project), I swore said to myself that when I was finished, I would never make a granny square afghan. You see, each stocking requires thirteen squares, which means crocheting well … Continue reading