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Date: 2009-07-18 23:59
Subject: Little bits of random
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Location:My home office
Music:Nothing but fans
Tags:crafts, rl, scrapbooking
I saw three rainbows on the way home from work last night. The first one was big and bright; quite possibly the biggest I've ever seen.

Today we went to Greenfield Village for the Ragtime Street Fair. There were talented piano players and I had a most enjoyable walk around the village. In addition to interesting buildings, I saw a muskrat swimming, a huge snapping turtle, a smaller box turtle, and a blue heron.

When we finally got back to the house we watched Dr. G's How Not to Die and I finished the scrapbook page I started this morning and made a companion page to go with it.

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betagoddess: ShinySequins
User: betagoddess
Date: 2009-07-19 18:40 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)

That's a lot of needles! =>}

When you said, recycling a little box, I though EW! Heh heh. Now I see what you mean. *g*

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User: mrs_sweetpeach
Date: 2009-07-19 23:59 (UTC)
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One of the reasons I have so many needles (and crochet hooks) is that jebra's grandmother was also a knitter/crocheter and I inherited hers. Which isn't to say that over time I wouldn't have bought that many myself. I probably would have.

As for the litter buckets, they're not at all icky having only ever held clean kitty litter (and being the paranoid sort, I always wash newly emptied boxes with soap, hot water, and bleach). The brand of kitty litter we buy for the lads comes in these nice food-grade plastic buckets, so as long as the cats live and Costco keeps selling their kitty litter in the buckets, we'll keep getting more. I store my stash of yarns in them, not to mention on-going projects, like the crochet afghan I had to set aside until cooler weather returns.
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betagoddess: Fireworks
User: betagoddess
Date: 2009-07-20 00:17 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)

Great for keeping your textiles dry and bug free. =>}

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