Yearly Archives: 2019


So! My first baby is twelve. Almost a teen, definitely a tween. Most definitely a tween! I always reread what I wrote the previous year or two so I don’t repeat myself too much. She essentially stays the same person,

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Flowers. Again.

When I made that pretty bouquet in November, I already knew I wanted to make another one in December. And I’ve been impatiently waiting for that November one to fade. The flowers were in water but they didn’t care. They

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A Girl and a Cowl

I’ve been having a such a hard time getting pictures of my makes. I was supposed to get pictures of my Rhinebeck shawl in Rhinebeck but M wasn’t feeling very well so we just hurried home. Since, I just haven’t

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Photo Monday – The Last Leaves

I think this is the last of the colorful leaves for this year. Still, I haven’t yet gotten over the fact that they lasted all through November. When we lived in Montreal, I always hoped for snow on my birthday.

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Photo Monday – I Need a Better Raincoat

Because getting in focus pictures with my 100mm lens and an umbrella just doesn’t work. I did manage to get a few pictures right but not any of my favorite leaves. I’ll go back when it isn’t raining. And bring

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Photo Monday – More Flowers

The shop next to the grocery store has so many gorgeous tiny flowers right now. Teeny tiny and in so many colors. They also have a variety of branches with berries. I’ve been eyeing them all week and ended up

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Photo Monday – Portraits

I’m not sick of blurry pictures of colorful leaves and flowers yet but I can’t imagine that more of the same yet again can be fun for the readers. I did want to take more pictures of leaves, maybe with

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