From me to me

My birthday was last week. I celebrated with dear friends by renting kayaks and paddling on Irondequoit Creek. It was really lovely, but of course I didn’t think to take any photos.

Today I went to the One World Goods store in Pittsford before getting my groceries at Trader Joes. I’d previously stopped and browsed […]

MonkeyBoots IronMan Jim

I’m going to start this post with the good news. My grandson had told his mom on several occasions that he wished he had a sock monkey. As it so happened, I had 1 pair of sock monkey socks in my craft trunk so made it for him. For the record, I don’t like […]

What was I thinking?

Weaving was progressing smoothly and rather rapidly. I finished 1/3 of the warp on the first day, and on the next I was past 115″. All of a sudden, the light bulb went off in my head. I couldn’t make pants out of the fabric I was weaving! It was far too loose for this […]

Weaving for me

The baby wrap bubble is apparently going strong elsewhere, but for me it has burst. Like most things in life, that is both the bad news and the good news. The bad news is that it provided a huge income boost to me for a few years, and that’s over. The good news is […]

Much ado about nothing?

On Tuesday I realized I had no way to know if anything I did had any impact on whoever made and was using the hole in my front garden. So I placed two light but long bits of bark mulch over it. No one can go in or out without moving that.

Surprisingly, nothing […]