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Sometimes, things tend to cascade into other tings to do. Today is a prime example of that happening. Things I did today? Restocking my spinning kits was one of the tasks due. The wool bits were already stacked on the … Continue reading

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It is well past time for me to get a new leaflet with information about what I do and offer, so I’ve spent some time going through pictures and writing some texts. Well, drafts, at least. Both of it is… … Continue reading

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I think I’ve been asked recently whether I knew boredom… and the answer is, of course, a resounding “no”. Whenever I think I’m sort of getting on top of things that have to be done, new stuff pops up. Like … Continue reading

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Here, stuff is progressing. Coffee is being drunk. I’m still hard at work on the Forum webpages, getting them into a nicer order and stuff on them easier to access. Putting more stuff in there, too – which means I … Continue reading

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Talk Like A Pirate Day is drawing nearer again (September 19!), and that is a good reason to pull out the Pirate Robert hats again and take some more photos – especially since the hat pattern is going to be … Continue reading

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While I was away having fun, things were going on back home. Garden things, mostly – the lawn growing like crazy, just like the willow fence. But also nicer, more edible ones: The beef tomatoes (a variety I’ve had not … Continue reading

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After a few small hiccups, it has finally worked, and I’m all psyched to announce that now, finally, my whole site is now running under the SSL protocol, as evidenced by the friendly green lock you should be able to … Continue reading

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