Archive for June, 2009

Jun 24 2009

Public Service Announcement

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Father’s Day is over. (Norah Gaughin’s Stag Bag, reimagined as a pillow, and Selbuvotter #10, both for my dad, who is pretty cool as dads go. Perhaps I will write these up later once he’s tried on the gloves for the camera…) But that is not important. What is important is the following: TOMORROW IS […]

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Jun 13 2009

Socks schmocks.

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GRADUATION SOCKS Pattern: Falling Leaves Sock by Nancy Whitman Yarn: Koigu PPPM in 2260, a lilac-ey sort of mix Needles: US 1/2.25mm Notes: These socks are named for a reason. I cast them on while driving (or rather, being driven) to my sister’s MA Ed graduation ceremony. Continued working on them during my other sister’s […]

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Jun 06 2009

Traveling Sock visits the Library of Congress

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I am back from a very long day trip down to Washington, DC, with the student group from my alma mater (and I am not at all used to calling school that yet!). We toured the Library of Congress, getting a behind-the-scenes look at what goes on and meeting several of the librarians and catalogers. […]

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Jun 04 2009

May Wrap-up

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Are we really done with May already? Yikes. At this rate it’ll be Rhinebeck season before I’m ready! May was a busy month. I had two sisters graduate from college, one with a bachelor’s in nursing, one with a master’s in education. And then? I graduated! Behold, one Master of Library Science: As you can […]

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