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Monday, February 04, 2008

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Alarming Female

This is a wonderful list of so many great links---many of which I never knew. I've been lax in my blog reading, so thanks for the little pressie this morning!

Lucia

I popped over here from Lisa's blog -- I'm so glad to see Hero is doing so much better, and I hope to meet you at SPA!

anne

thank you so much! and putting me in such good company, too . . i'm not worthy!

lisa

Thanks Diane! I haven't even heard of a couple of those, and they look very interesting... so I'll be visiting them soon. I'll also soon give you thanks on my own blog...have been pretty bad about this meme.

 soo

Thanks so much - for the 'Make My Day' and for your really kind words. That definitely made my day -- and added a few new blogs to my daily read.

Kim

Now I've got some new blogs to check out. Amy's yarn & roving is just amazing. I stumbled onto the Chevalier mittens on ravelry today and just fell in love.

Sara

Really interesting - you and I have only one blog in common on your list of 10...(Anne Hansen) Hmmm...I am going to have to go check out a few of these other blogs...they sound incredible. I love the fact that this award gives us that chance...

Shelley

Thank you for the nomination! Now I'm enjoying looking at the other blogs, most of which are new to me. Does that mean the world is expanding or drawing closer together? Both, I suppose :)

Valerie

So glad to hear Hero is getting better!

ambermoggie

thank you (blushing)

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Rings

Barns

  • East Holden, Maine barn studio
    A series of barn photos I've taken or been sent. Barns are magical to me - they have so much character, and provide so much for the animals and farmers.

Pre-blog FOs

  • Caleb's Icelandic
    These are photos of finished objects, knit pre-blog. Some of these date back to the early 1980's, not having knit since my mother taught me to knit a scarf at the age of six.

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