Monthly Archives: November 2010

Fairies, Fairies Everywhere

When my youngest daughter, Sleeper Girl, was eight years old, she had a fascination with fairies.  There was a fairy for every aspect of her life.  There was the School Fairy, the Homework Fairy, the Sleep Fairy (naturally) and the … Continue reading

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Itchin’ to Get Stitchin’ October 2010 Update

I know it’s November but this update really should’ve been posted in October. Unfortunately I haven’t progressed as much as I would have liked since the last update.  I allowed myself to get sidetracked by another stitching project which I’ll … Continue reading

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In Memory of Two-Face Bob

Last Sunday, I bade farewell to a steadfast friend.  A friend who stood by me through sickness; ever ready to lend a patient and compassionate ear.  It is with a tinge of sadness that we laid to rest Two-Face Bob. … Continue reading

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Introducing Two-Face Bob

In my last post, I spoke of a friend who kept me company during my recent bout with the flu.  Today, I’d like to introduce him to you.  His name is Two-Face Bob and he is my daughter’s Halloween pumpkin. … Continue reading

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