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50 Shades of…taupe?

I had a three day trip to Columbus for work–the annual needle arts trade show. Sadly it got cut short half a day as our home was vandalized early Saturday morning (someone threw a brick through our living room window, … Continue reading

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Sometimes you just can’t make this sh*t up

Thing 2 and I are in Columbus for the annual yarn industry trade show. Many times when I’ve shown up for the show, there are other exhibits or trade shows going on. Once it was a group of librarians. Another … Continue reading

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I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for…

ICE CREAM!!!! Yesterday was a great day! Two trips to Jeni’s! My lunch dessert consisted of Brown Butter Almond Brittle and Brambleberry Crisp.  A fabulous combo, as the brambleberry (a fruit I am not familiar with) is tart, but the … Continue reading

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Hello Columbus

I crashed before I could post anything last night.  Yet another whirlwind of a day. True to plan, I was on my plane at 8:30. Arrived in Columbus a bit ahead of schedule at 9:45. Cab to the hotel got … Continue reading

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And the winner is…

Yes, it does count! Although knitting may be more calorie-burning. But let’s suffice it to say that yesterday was a day of complete rest. No knitting of any kind chez Sato. Which meant this morning’s run sorta kicked some serious … Continue reading

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Frightful!

The weather that is!  It’s barely cold enough to snow, but that’s what it’s doing right now, mixed with some freezing rain, which is making the roads frightful.  Actually, the roads themselves are not frightful, it’s the wicked excellent NJ … Continue reading

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Hello Columbus!

Today is the start of my trip to Columbus for TNNA (the National Needlearts Association).  I love coming here.  Although a teeny city compared to NYC, there’s a great market (North Market) with fresh food and even better ice cream … Continue reading

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