Monthly Archives: January 2014

Weaving and then… sewing

My daughter’s fabric arrived today, I’ll wash and dry the fabric and then start sewing her dress for the upcoming festivities. I love the above song, such a catchy beat, don’t you think?

Weaving fiber strands into cloth…

I have no time to write, I’m much too busy weaving! I have an idea what this might end up being, we’ll see if it turns out that way once I’m finished.

Something that pops…

Well, I’m finally weaving a project! When my daughter saw the warped loom she said, “Mommy, that reminds me of a parrot! It’s bright and colorful! Well, that was just the look I was going for, something that pops. I’m still unsure of what I want for the weft yarn, but that hasn’t stopped me […]

Bento Supplies; Mustard and ketchup containers

I’ve been slacking on posting some of the lunches that my daughter has been taken in her Zojirushi lunch jar. She hasn’t grown tired of it, it’s quite the opposite, she loves taking hot lunches daily and hasn’t wanted to purchase Wednesday’s school lunch (pizza from delivered from a local restaurant) since I purchased her […]

Let the sewing begin…

The father or grandfather/daughter dance is right around the corner! I’m thrilled to say that my daughter has finally¬† settled upon the fabric she wants for her dress. It’s not the fiber I would have chosen, since it’s made of polyester. I would have chosen a natural fiber, but it’s her choice and I must […]

Sugar or Sex; a book about candida

The past few months, I haven’t written much about candida, but it’s something that still fresh on my mind. I’m happy to say that the majority of the symptoms that plagued me have vanished. If I were to go by the numerous accounts I’ve read about, I most likely won’t be “candida free” for several […]

Skin Walkers and the Furry Ones

I stumbled upon this a few months ago. It was my first time hearing about “Skin Walkers.”