Author Archives: terri

How to follow my own advice.

Knitters, I have a stash full of extraordinary yarn that I don’t use because I feel like it “deserves” an extraordinary project using difficult techniques. I know this is foolish. Please, knitters, remind me that it’s ok to use the … Continue reading

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Car works

The neighbor replaced my starter. Almost didn’t let me pay for the part. Now I have a cat on my lap and all is well.

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WordPress works

But now my car won’t start. I’ll bribe the neighbor. He’s a car guy and can probably fix it. I think it’s the starter, which has been temperamental all summer. The battery is practically new. I was hoping to slide … Continue reading

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Ok I think it works.

I posted a pic from Sakura con. We got pneumonia at Sakura con. Probably go again next year. we got to meet her.

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Testing iPhone app

Check back later. I keep trying to get my head above water. This is me last spring at Sakura-con. I weigh ~130 lbs. I’m mostly tired, but I’m healthy physically and mentally. iphone app worked with older version of wordpress, … Continue reading

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Is anybody out there?

It’s been rough these last few years. I felt like if I had anything I wanted to say, I couldn’t find anyone who wanted to hear it. Now I’m deciding if an audience is even necessary. Here’s a current project, … Continue reading

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Thankful

Employment Coffee Coffee culture Stuffed animals Home heating oil A full refrigerator, without requiring a special Thanksgiving shopping trip Sweaters Books Wine, a gift from a friend Vintage quilts Great finds at the Goodwill My roommate Dustee My ex-husband not … Continue reading

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Recompile

I suppose it started right after Heather was born. I was drunk with the physical reality of motherhood. My body had been transformed; mind and spirit had to change, too, to keep up. We were driving east up 67th toward … Continue reading

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