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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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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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Lke this. This is what I’ve been doing

So you know I’ve been hitting the stranded knitting pretty damn hard. Do I pick up one of my WIPs and get to work? Of course not. I rummage around for some plain white wool, and some beads. I’ve never … Continue reading

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How much can I sell it for?

Or, Mining Etsy: A follow up to my previous post. After calculating the cost in time and materials to create a simple project, like the pair of mitts, I started thinking. How much effort do I need to put into … Continue reading

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I love you, Uncle Walter.

There are a few people you meet once, who change the direction of your life entirely. One of mine was my mother’s Uncle Walter. I must have been five years old or so, and he and his daughter Bonnie came … Continue reading

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