Monthly Archives: January 2009

I’b god id.

If you’ve ever wondered where that cold went, the one you had when you were a child, the one that moved from your throat to your lungs to your head and gave you nights that lasted an aeon because you … Continue reading

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That was a long lunch!

You must be cold. Let’s get moving. Ahead of us is the secondhand book fair under Waterloo Bridge. Unfortunately I’ve found that, like some cakes, it looks better than it is. Only worth the delay if it’s raining, which it … Continue reading

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What a miserable day.

I’d show you, but why would you want to see a picture of rain? Just shut your eyes, hold a melting icecube over your head, and imagine you’re in England. I suggest we go for a walk. Just a minute … Continue reading

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I love 3-ply.

Truly, I do.As a knitter I honestly never thought about the number of plies/strands in whatever I was knitting, except perhaps as a measure of thickness. Laceweight had two plies because two plies are thinner than three plies of a … Continue reading

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Hullo again!

It’s very nearly 12 months since I last posted. A year in which I’ve done a lot, learned a lot, and (best of all) learned something of how much more there is for me to learn. I feel as though … Continue reading

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