Tag Archives: patience

Cure for the Emotional Hangover – a timely Repost

Why re-invent the wheel?  This post is as pertinent today as it was two years ago when I wrote it – no improvements required. As we move into the holiday season this week, here is a gentle reminder of ways … Continue reading

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Minimal Living: 3 Lessons

While we were moving, I tried to cook with minimal tools.  I had some success as I attempted to use up all the things in my pantry and in my refrigerator before we made the big trip east. Surprisingly, I … Continue reading

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Bless Me, Knitters, For I have . . .

I have spent the last 4 days (nearly 96 hours) in knitting withdrawal.  Who ever expected a repetitive stress injury from knitting??  Not me.  Of course the Goddess is tsk-tsking and shaking her head at me – ever the implacable … Continue reading

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