Monthly Archives: January 2012

Playing Outside

My daughter, Hannah came to visit. We shared a fantastically wonderful and productive weekend.  My top priority was to get my first pair of homemade socks finished so that Hannah could model them and take them home. We nailed that … Continue reading

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Hooray! Coldframes!

AS I MULCHED THE MID-AUTUMN LEAVES, I GOT THE VERY BRIGHT IDEA TO BUILD COLD FRAMES. FIRST, I DUG OUT THREE SHRUBS FROM THE SOUTHEAST FACING WALL OF THE HOUSE. I TOOK THE SHRUBS OUT TO THE CURB WITH A … Continue reading

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Just Warming Up

I’m sure there will be a relay of “First Snowdrop!” posts in the gardening blogs…can’t help but to get in the game. I don’t have dates to be sure but the event seems a little early to me. I do know … Continue reading

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The Stitching Room – Elkins Park

I am knitting a pair of socks… and I’m highlighting The Stitching Room as a local business relevant to Transition Philadelphia. The Stitching Room is in the center of Elkins Park and is owned by Lisa Stockbrande, also, from Elkins … Continue reading

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of winter

While enjoying work outside in the unseasonably warm weather; I discovered classic winter beauty! HELLEBORES WITCH HAZEL Keep your eyes open!

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