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Time to tell you about the things I was up to while I was away – first of all: the MEDATS study day. I was utterly delighted to be invited to the study day, with its topic “Learning through Reconstruction”. … Continue reading

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Recently, I’ve recommended the travel mug I’m using to someone else. Again. Then I started wondering since when I’ve been lugging mine around… and today I’ve finally looked it up. I bought this mug back in fall of 2012, when … Continue reading

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There was, of course, not only paddling and looking at scenery and architecture. There was also hanging out to relax. And, importantly: There was coffee, and cake, and knitting. With 2019 being the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus, and the … Continue reading

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Before the summer is all over, and the holiday pics get buried in the digital stack that is ever growing, here is how our paddling trip went. We started out on the Elbe river close to the Czech border, in … Continue reading

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So what else is there to tell about my Dublin adventures? There was a talk about medieval textiles and textile crafts, which was very well received according to what I heard afterwards. I had the pleasure of sharing that panel … Continue reading

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I mentioned badge ribbons in yesterday’s post, and some of you may have wondered what that is. This is one of the things I was introduced to back in London, at my first WorldCon, and I had so much fun … Continue reading

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Dublin was… exciting, and wonderful, even though getting there was a tiny bit scary – I knew I’d be travelling alone, and taking two large suitcases. Plus a backpack. Plus a handbag… maxing out my luggage allowance on all counts. … Continue reading

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