Monthly Archives: March 2014

Over coffee this morning

At breakfast this morning, I had an engaging conversation with a couple of friends. Paul posed this question to us: If Eisenhower were President today, would the interstate highway system be built? (At this point, if you don’t know the … Continue reading

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The Crutches

No, I haven’t sprained an ankle or broken a leg. In fact, except for this lingering cough, I’m doing pretty well right now. We all have crutches. You know, those things or habits you fall back on in times when … Continue reading

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Surrounded by my people

Sometimes, I would much rather be on my own. I relish a day alone in the mountains to soak in the grandeur, listen to the birds, find the beautiful details in the tiniest pink alpine flower, and watch the clouds … Continue reading

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Random Notes from a long week

This last week has been long and tiresome. With all of the gardening stuff going around on Facebook and Pinterest lately, and me being stuck in this smoggy city with grey snow and ice every few days, I have been … Continue reading

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Why in the world?

Although the last 10-15 years should have seen a break in this stereotype to anyone who pays attention, I do still get the question, “Do you really knit? Aren’t you too young?” No, I’m just sitting here with some yarn … Continue reading

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It Came Back To Me!

A couple of weeks ago, Mountain Woolies participated in Random Act of Kindness Week. At least I think that was the program’s name. It was fun; I schemed all week trying to figure out who to surprise. In the end, … Continue reading

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