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Karen Budnick
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A pretty-crafty lady, wife, mom and gram and dog-mom
A pretty-crafty lady, wife, mom and gram and dog-mom

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Knit, Read, Pray, Repeat...
What do you do when the snow keeps coming and you can feel the cold chill through your bones? I turned the heat up and it didn't help. I'm bundles in layers and still feel winter's fingers making the little hairs stand up on my arms like the little birds wi...

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Working Girl
With the sad announcement of the death of Mary Tyler Moore this week, memories of my own entry into the workforce came flooding back. There were many pleasant memories but I also recalled things that happened that just wouldn't fly today. They might fly you...

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Kitchen Stitching Episode 6
Here's our latest podcast....enjoy!

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I'm a Maker - Now I Need to be a Finisher
Just for something different this summer, I started cross stitching again. I haven't picked up a tapestry needle since sometime in the 80's. But I saw a cute pattern with bees, and bee skeps by e-sub Rosa and it was free. How could I resist? So, when I tire...

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Kitchen Stitching Episode 5
                                  What's wrong with this woman?                     Here's our latest attempt at podcasting!

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How to Like Cauliflower
My husband's tired of hearing me nag encourage him about eating vegetables. It's a bit easier to introduce new foods to my step-son who's on a health quest himself. I joined Weight Watchers a couple of weeks ago and I'm doing well on it now that I've got th...

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High Mountain High
My husband and I were invited to spend a few days with my daughter's family in New Hampshire last week. This was my first view of the little pond a short walk from the cabin. Mount Chocorua is in the background. Day-trip to Mount Washington Cog Railway View...

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Pretty Knitting
This shawl reminds me of a summer afternoon in my grandmother's wicker rocker. It's raw mulberry silk blended with baby alpaca and soft as a cloud. My grandmother was not a knitter but she tatted beautiful lace and would have loved that I knitted something ...
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