Monthly Archives: April 2016
I’ve finally gotten myself back to the saga of Claire and Jamie Fraser with this, the third in Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series. It’s been about a year since I read Dragonfly in Amber, and I’ve very carefully kept away … Continue reading
I went to the yarn store on Monday. I needed two more skeins of the orange yarn (Malabrigo Worsted #96 – Sunset) for my scarf, and I was putting off the trip because I more or less knew that the … Continue reading
Human beings did not domesticate wheat; wheat domesticated us. And yes, it makes sense. More soon.
Nothing annoys me more than having a book ruined by the length of time it takes me to finish it. By rights I should have loved On Canaan’s Side. I’ve loved every other book of Sebastian Barry’s that I’ve … Continue reading
I’ve found that I like my Yarn Along photos best when they are a bit “busy.” I’m not sure if this is an aesthetic preference or if it’s because busy photos feel more authentic to me, since my book and yarn storage … Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago Powell’s City of Books was kind enough to send me an email with a coupon for 30% off my entire purchase either in-store or online. Seeing as how I had no free time to get … Continue reading