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Marking Time 6.13.16

 

"When the goal is worthy and makes one happy, one should continue on that same life path." —Kwan Yin

 

Marking Time 1.15.16

 

"Sometimes I have enough cotton in my mouth to knit a sweater." —Lee Trevino
 

 

Away at the beach, and on my walk this morning I realized it is already Friday! So that means it's time for another Frequently Asked Questions Friday…

 

What is the Difference Between Mercerized and Unmercerized Cotton?

 

 

Marking Time 2.3.14

 

"Many of our fears are tissue-paper-thin, and a single courageous step would carry us clear through them." –Brendan Francis

 

 

Marking Time 10.14.14

 

"Idleness warps the mind."  –Henry Ford

 

 

 

Marking Time 7.17.14

 

"I have some cracks in me.

See how they shine.

Like gold."

Peter Mayer

 

 

 

 

Just getting back from the SAORI Conference in Atlanta. There is so much to process. Sort out. Digest. I've been gone from these pages for a while, and may need a little longer as I try to find my space. My place.

Marking Time 9.22.13

 

“I will always buy extra yarn. I will not try to tempt fate.” –Stephanie Pearl-McPhee

(This quote seems appropriate since Stephanie Pearl-McPhee was at the Finger Lakes Fiber Festival this weekend).

 

Marking Time 2.12.13

 

"Yesterday is gone and its tale told. Today new seeds are growing." --Rumi

 

 

Weaving with my handspun, hand dyed yarn.

Thank you, Georgie. I so appreciate your gift.

 

Taking an unwanted break.

 

Marking Time 2.11.13

Today in pictures.

Cookie baking with Tia Sari.

 

Weaving with teabags I spun.

 

George love :)

 

Marking Time 2.10.13

"Time really is one big continuous cloth, no? We habitually cut out pieces of time to fit us, so we tend to fool ourselves into thinking that time is our size, but it really goes on and on."

--Haruki Murakami, A Wild Sheep Chase

 

I've been thinking a lot about this blog. The words don't always flow. It's more like fits and sputters. I'm not sure how I come across. If my "online" presence and the "real" me are one and the same.

 

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