Archives for: July 2011

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  10:59:00 pm, by Airycat   , 636 words  
Categories: Needlework, Chitchat, Gardening

Not A Whole Lot...

... going on right now. I've done some puttering in the garden. Mostly it's just been watering, but I also moved a few plants that were getting crowded. I need to do more of that, but we have a few hot days, so I'll hold off. They do better when it's c… more »


  07:00:00 pm, by Airycat   , 158 words  
Categories: Book Reviews

<em>The Summer Garden</em> by Paullina Simons

  EDIT: 4-13-12  I was never able to get through this book. I liked the characters well enough, but, while I don't require a lot of action, something should happen and Simons had too many long stretches where essentially nothing happened. It's unlikely… more »


  11:25:00 pm, by Airycat   , 130 words  
Categories: Book Reviews

Undressing The Moon by T. Greenwood

This story was rather depressing to me. I didn't hate reading it, and very much enjoyed parts of it, and found it easy to read when my own mood was not weighed down with Oregon spring rain. It may have been this depressing quality that made me wonder at… more »
  11:04:00 pm, by Airycat   , 220 words  
Categories: Book Reviews

Miss Timmins' School for Girls by Nayana Currimbhoy

I enjoyed this story very much. It made lengthy airport delays and flights fly by. Set in India, it's the story of a young Indian woman who gets a position teaching at an English school. It is a coming of age story in the generation of sex, drugs and r… more »


  09:42:00 pm, by Airycat   , 69 words  
Categories: Needlework

Dragonfly & Dolphin

Today I received this delight in my mail: This was a real day brightener! It was for a postcard swap I did over at Stitchin Fingers. Below is the postcard I sent to my swap partner. I had fun with this and hope to do more swaps in the future. (But… more »

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