Category Archives: Culture(?)

Ugly Halloween Sweater

Last week I did a Google Image search for “Jacques Plante knitting,” you know, as one does, and one of the images that came up (one of the first images that came up) was a photo of me at a … Continue reading

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Apparently We Are Amish

Today is rainy, gloomy, and horrible. I actually like rainy, gloomy, and horrible weather, but today it’s a hindrance, because my boyfriend and I were planning to go to the fair today, but “rain at times heavy with the risk … Continue reading

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Pixie Dust

I am trying to think happy thoughts, but it is not easy. A soothing picture of the sock near a lighthouse might help. Luckily, I just happen to have one. Know what is a very happy thought? Lots of yarn. … Continue reading

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Sixteen

That’s how many different people were photographed holding my first Tangled Up in Blue Sock when I took part in the New Brunswick Photo Scavenger Hunt for World Wide Knit in Public Day. Well, sixteen including myself. Hey, I count, … Continue reading

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God’s Eyes

When I was in Girl Guides, we had a winter camp every February at Mira Pines. This wasn’t tent camping — although I will cheerfully camp in rainstorms in October, sleeping in a tent in the winter is a bit … Continue reading

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A Creepy Subculture

All right, time for my more detailed post of Harlotry. I eventually found a drive back to New Brunswick from Halifax. I emailed Deb, who was able to take me as far as Truro but suggested emailing Jennifer, who wasn’t … Continue reading

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Boys Knitting

A few days ago I saw a guy knitting in public. He was knitting something pink. More accurately, the yarn was pink with flecks of white and flecks of grayish-browny. I almost asked him what he was making, but I … Continue reading

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