Tag Archives: Sewing

Day 29

I’ve been trying to write a post, but mostly I’ve sat here looking at the blinking cursor because I’m struggling with something to say. Some bloggers have been energized by the availability of time to post, but I readily admit … Continue reading

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End of March

As we close out March and head into April, it is a time in all of our lives like no other or as a VT blogger noted – we’re living history. Each state seems to have its own challenges and … Continue reading

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I spy

‘I spy with my little eye.’ Did you ever play that with your kids or grands? I did with my grands, and I was thinking about it this weekend while walking the beach and visiting Brookgreen Gardens. What is the … Continue reading

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Denim

Are jeans part of your wardrobe? They’re the majority of mine. I have work ones, some to wear around the house, better ones to go out and about in, and then I have some dress ones. They are comfortable, and … Continue reading

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Greetings

Four days left in January. Can you believe it? Where did January go? There is time for one more gardening class this week – pruning with the resident Brookgreen Gardens’ arborist on Wednesday. I’ve finished some paper craft projects that … Continue reading

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Johnny One Note

Are you ‘mature’ enough to remember that comment when a person got stuck on one topic? Well, I could be referred to as ‘Judy Two Notes’ – dining out and crafting. The snowbird ladies in the resort went to lunch … Continue reading

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Seasons

The Holiday Season is upon us. Family, friends, an amazing variety of food, lights, special decorations, and all the good things associated with the upcoming month. This week we celebrate Thanksgiving here in the US. Many will worship, others will … Continue reading

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Bundle Up

Nightime temperatures in the low teens and snow are in the forecast for this coming week. Old Man Winter is knock, knock, knocking. The last two Knockout Roses (no pun intended) have been pruned and covered with leaves. They have … Continue reading

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Denim

As we head into November, I had an opportunity to spend Saturday at a gardening conference that included touring a nice pollinator garden and hearing about research based information on the benefits of native plants. We also saw some beautiful … Continue reading

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Transition

The fall colors are lovely no matter where you look. I’m guessing the 300,000 leaf peepers in the state are pretty happy with their three-day weekend. The fall chore list is done, tools cleaned, dahlia bulbs stored, and I’ve even … Continue reading

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