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Archives for: April 2012

04/24/12

  10:47:00 pm, by Airycat   , 87 words  
Categories: Chitchat

Found Poetry

I learned of this fun exercise from QuinnCreative and had fun, am still having fun, with it.  The concept is so simple, but can yield some really interesting results. I've done it with books, but you can use CDs as well and ... well, what else will work… more »

04/13/12

  05:34:00 pm, by Airycat   , 139 words  
Categories: Book Reviews, Memoir

Across Many Mountains by Yangzom Brauen

(Just a quick, simple review because I didn't write one when I finished the book in the fall of 2011.) I didn't expect this book to be as compelling as it was. It is the story of Brauen's mother's and grandmother's journey and it is a story of Tibet's… more »
  05:26:00 pm, by Airycat   , 103 words  
Categories: Book Reviews, Fiction

Pearl of China by Anchee Min

(Just a quick, simple review because I didn't write this when I finished the book in the fall of 2011.)   I couldn't put this book down! Min completely destroyed my childhood image of Pearl Buck as an "old lady." She has become a vital, vibrant, real… more »

04/07/12

  11:24:00 pm, by Airycat   , 667 words  
Categories: Hand Embroidery, Stitches, TAST

TAST Week 14 - Satin Stitch (Plus more)

OW! Not my best stitch at all! Also there was too much going on this week.This stitch is actually my nemisis, I think. All I could think of as I did what little I have done was the crewel picture that I started in 1975 and still haven't finished! Whi… more »
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