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Perfect weather for knitting and singing and LESLYE SOLOMON on KNITTING DAILY!!!!!

In about a half hour, I am headed over to St. John's for an extra "kwar" rehearsal.  Easter is only a few weeks away (or as Nancy S. would say - 'tomorrow morning') and I need all the help I can get.  I was supposed to get up early and head over to the Mall to hang out with my Columbia Sip n Knit buddies at Panera, but I overslept - not a bad thing, given that I woke up after three and half hours of sleep yesterday.  So before I head out to improve my not-so-good sight reading and actually learn some of these pieces, I thought I'd post a few things about knitting of course - I am off the clock!:)
In the mode of Dr. Gemma of the Cognknitive Podcast, something I really really like lately is the new Knitting Daily show and format.  Vickie Howell, the newest host of the show, adds a great deal of polish with just enough approachability make knitters and crocheters of any age feel right at home.  I enjoyed her earlier show, Knitty Gritty, though it was clearly me…

And the Knit Goes On...


Hope all is well with you.  Today was a fairly quiet day for a person who practices what is euphemistically referred to as "family law.'  No frantic phone calls from my clients, no urgent filings at the courthouse and the one hearing I had today,  my colleague graciously covered for me.  So... having done my paperwork last night, staying late to be sure to finish it, I took today to catch up on phone calls and emails and started the weekend right at 5. Yesterday was not so much fun - one of those mornings when you know you are fighting everyone in a losing battle even though you know in your heart of hearts you are right. But that's ok live to fight another day;), OR in the words of my dear friend, Kathy M.M., "'f'em if they can't take a joke!" On the good news front, we found out that our firm has been chosen to receive an award from a section of our state Bar Association for our advocacy on behalf of children.  Really cool.  Not mu…

Testing testing 1 2 3......

So I got this new keyboard for my Kindle and was kinda sorta hoping I could employ it in the use of posting something to this blog just to see if it would work. Lo and behold, it does! Who knew? The worry I have is that the battery that seems to work well is an Amazon battery.  The commercial ones seems to create havoc. Oh dear.

So, dear 1.8 readers, how have you been? I have been doing a LOT of knitting and living life to the almost full, given that I am human and have my limitations:)

So what's new -? Not much really. Life is going on. It isn't getting much easier, but that's a story for a different day.  In the meantime, I can now post things from my Kindle.  Pretty cool.
Well, I am a bit tired, because it's been a long day at work today. I plan on posting more tomorrow when things are a wee bit quieter (I know, famous last words, right?)
Anyway, I will try.  Until then, my friends,
God be with you 'til we meet again.+