Monthly Archives: October 2009

How to Entertain Oneself in Hectic Times

Yesterday, Wendy posted a picture of her desk at work.  And it made me think, why not.  Its where I spend what seems to be 90% of my life.  Why not share with all of you, how I entertain myself at … Continue reading

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Working with Children

As many of you know I work in a law office.  I’m a “fake” paralegal.  Fake because I was hired as a legal secretary and then was promoted internally to being a paralegal, but I do not have a degree.  … Continue reading

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Its All In How You Look At It

No matter how we look at it, or how it seems, every day has the exact number of seconds, minutes, and hours as the next.  So why does it seem as some days pass quickly and others drag by and … Continue reading

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Your Honor, I Object

I object that I have to work when there is knitting to be done.  And not just any knitting fair isle knitting, which in my book is one of the best kinds of knitting.  According to the Black’s Law Dictionary, … Continue reading

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New Project While Elizabeth is on Haitus.

Elizabeth has officially been put on timeout.  I finished the first sleeve, and then she went back into her backpack where she will stay until I decide whether or not I want to forge forth and attempt to fix the … Continue reading

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Elizabeth is Making me MAD!

I’m not sure what it is, but somehow this knitting project is really ticking me off.  Let me break it down: The color is drab and dreary (or maybe its just the weather today – and the fact I dropped … Continue reading

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Favorite Projects

I don’t have any new knitting to show you, so I thought I’ share some of my favorite past projects this week.  Elizabeth is coming along, I’m working on the sleeve cap shaping for the first sleeve.  Once it is … Continue reading

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