Josh and I love knitted dishcloths. We love them more than strawberry shortcake, Le Creuset, and reciprocating saws. Here’s an easyView full post »
Receiving a handmade gift is better than eating frozen Thin Mints. Way, way, way better. And that’s really saying something becauseView full post »
So easy a caveman could do it.
100% Cotton Worsted Weight Yarn:
knitting needles (I used 2.25 mm – 40.5 cm, 1View full post »
Knitting and crocheting dishcloths is one of my favorite activities. I don’t often use patterns because I much prefer knitting toView full post »
Tipper, of Blind Pig & Acorn, sent me this wonderfully festive crocheted spider web made by Granny. Tipper didn’t know thatView full post »
Oh, how I love good yarn! I crave it. I need it. It speaks to my inner pioneer and that’s a very dangerous thing. The onlyView full post »
So, my very good pal, Applie (a.k.a. Michelle), wanted to know how my knitting projects have been going. Do I currently suffer from theView full post »
On Saturday night, Josh and I packed up and went to see the Catfish play because my dear friend, Holly, got free tickets and a sky booth. View full post »
Guess what I am knitting? Socks!!! Okay, I confess that while I love knitting — I am also a big ol’ chicken when it comes toView full post »
Ahh… kimchi! Kimchi is Korean sauerkraut and it should be included on every condiment bar worldwide. There areView full post »
When life gets busy, it’s a challenge to create wholesome home-cooked meals. Time is scarce and so we tend toView full post »
“What adults call ‘wrong’ in Child Art is the most beautiful and most precious. I value highly thoseView full post »
This small sign marks the entrance to one of the oldest known religious sites on Moloka’i and the second largestView full post »
In April, the Hawaii Public Broadcasting Station contacted me to be a guest on their program, “Insights.”View full post »
“Throw your dreams into space like a kite, and you do not know what it will bring back, a new life, a newView full post »
For winter solstice and to celebrate our dual anniversary (Caleb’s adoption and our wedding anniversary), weView full post »
While it seems that the rest of the nation’s children suffer from Nature-Deficit Disorder, Caleb and hisView full post »
Dipnetting sockeye is such a blast but then the real work begins: cleaning and packaging the salmon. This is a step byView full post »
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