I have about a million pregnant friends right now. Here’s the new parent advice post no one has asked me… Continue reading »
I was browsing Pinterest for work (yes that is an actual thing) and saw a pin on how to whiten… Continue reading »
I put my new sewing machine through its paces making some clothes for Bitmap. I like making toddler clothes a… Continue reading »
Remember how I gave up on making baby food because it was crushing me emotionally? Well, these days I have… Continue reading »
A few weeks ago I found out I was pregnant. I admit I wasn’t entirely thrilled at first, having hated… Continue reading »
I just finished reading Boy in the Ivy, a memoir about buried pain brought into clear focus by the suicide… Continue reading »
The shelving is up (pictures forthcoming), and I’m now replacing the contents of the closet. For the most part it… Continue reading »
I’ve got the first coat of primer on the closet wall. It’s tinted to match the paint. I’ll let it… Continue reading »
My closet reorganization project has turned into more than I bargained for. What was supposed to be a one-day fix is a week long event of drywall, paint, and cursing. On the plus side, my closet should look lovely when I’m done.
Many people pay to have their needlework sent out and turned into ornaments. “How hard could it be to do it myself?” I wondered. The answer: not very. With a little practice, I think I could get very professional looking results.