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So is the color more walnut-y or more ashen? Oh dear... already that cold. Not quite that here - yet. That will be the low, they say. We'll see. I'm finally warm footed after changing my socks. Note to self - after loading in wood, feet might sweat a tad, change socks!
I have had the same stitching urges for the last 3 days. wishing you a happy new year & much snowflake sipping!
brr, but so glad you started out the year sewing and sistering!
V-good creative start to the new year; and multi-skilling as well. I can't quite get my head around -7. Stay warm and may 2013 be grand for you. B
v, walnut is the colorhs, had to be making something and the mill is too cold, thought there is pulp--a and b, -15 this am
will bringing the pulp in to the kitchen be too gory?
It looks like a belly you're sewing, doing operations on. Velma, if I could have some of that cold...tomorrow is going to be 105.80 Fahrenheit. Tonight's so hot I can't sleep. It is currently 2.32 in the morning. I'm watching an old film, 'God's Little Acre', and the heat from the computer screen makes me sweat. I'm sure your 7 below is vile. What are we doing in this world that batters us? Hanging on, sister, that's what. Hope it doesn't get too freezing there, as I hope it doesn't get too boiling here!
it's an idea, neki, but i trally really shuldn't...faisal, just some old linen...wow to out respective "waves"
i made something too. potato salad.:o)
india, i'll bet it was delicious.
cold yes, i made bread and i love your stitches.
it's cold here too, velma...happy new year, and i love your stitches too. xoxo
jude, bread and stitches. thankslynn, a bit warmer this a.m. now i'm sick, dammit
So pretty, like snow and dirt and paths in between.
i like that kristin!
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