Oh, March, I am coming to dread you ever year. When you’re not visiting unfortunate loss upon us (2007), theatrically raining destruction over our front yard (2008), or infecting us with the flu (2009), you are bringing a weekend storm replete with whipping winds, driving rains, power outages, and flooded basements. I’m not superstitious by […]Read More: Oh, March.
I have Sherri Haab to blame for all of this. And by “this” I mean the polymer clay supplies that lurk in many corners of my house, the business I’ve built around clay books + videos, and the piles and piles of polymer jewelry mostly gathering dust in my bedroom. (You know how that goes […]Read More: Sherri Haab Jewelry Inspirations + giveaway
So, you probably know by now that I started offering ad space here on the blog this year. The ads are offered using an auction model, and so they are often changing, as bids are made and expired. I am really enjoying peeking in here every day and seeing who is in the sidebar. I […]Read More: A random and unexpected perk
We took advantage of the 50-degree weather (because compared to what it had been, 50 degrees is positively balmy) on Sunday and trekked off to the Jersey shore. We landed about an hour and 15 minutes from home in Ocean Grove, a Victorian beach town we’d visited once before. We spent time on the beach, […]Read More: My camera’s last hurrah?
So, the first week of March is nearly behind us and I feel that old familiar longing that always creeps in at this time of year. I look around my yard, and everything is still brown and gray. Nothing is blooming. Winter still has a firm grip. Shouldn’t it be receding by now? Shouldn’t […]Read More: Spring flowers
Some old favorites are now available on DVD, there’s a new issue of PolymerCAFE, and some great-looking upcoming titles to preorder.Read More: New Publications for February
Last night, while noticing that my computer screen has started to take on a pinkish tinge, and that I was irritated by it but resigned to living with it, Neil uttered these dangerous words: “New laptops are not as expensive as you think.” What?? Is this true? And why have you not mentioned this before?? […]Read More: Them’s shoppin’ words
I’ve been drooling over this pattern since before I knew my way around a pair of knitting needles, and I finally started a set back in January. This is Dashing, from Knitty. I love them because they are masculine enough that I can make them for those hard to shop for men in my life, […]Read More: How dashing