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    Oct 22 2008

    episode 44: “am: freak out, pm: optimism”

    Published by Meghan at 7:03 am under Babble,knitting,Podcast Episode,Spinning

    episode 44: “am: freak out, pm: optimism”

    on/off the needles:


    -talk of shawl, leaf lace shawl is the one i plan on knitting.possibly with the border lester overdyed wool and ramboulliet top i purchased….

    -blanket and socks are still in the works



    -pumpkin patch

    -new daycare, rough morning, new perspective

    -the glory of a hug

    contest: make sure you listen on how to enter the “Thankful” contest bethanyg is donating a prize for


    -frankie? charlie? i don’t know what your name is….

    -new feet for charles frankie jr

    interviews from SOAR:


    Cosette Cornelius-Bates (aka Cosy): my roommate at SOAR, fellow scholarship recipient, 2am talker, ricotta loving, fiber artist, author. here is her blog. and here is her etsy page called cosymakes. check out her stuff, because it’s fantastic! :)


    Dana: fellow 201 classroom buddy, wears skeins on her head with fierce eyes, awesome photographer, here is her blog and here is her etsy store called knitfrontandback that she runs with her ladybug gang (where i got my lovely pink merino from! mmmmm)

    Charlotte: unfortunately, i didn’t get a picture of me with charlotte…and i don’t think she has a blog, but i will see if she has one and keep you posted! :)

    favorite thing:

    the PINK GOOP (aka mary kay’s extra emollient night cream)

    2 responses so far

    2 Responses to “episode 44: “am: freak out, pm: optimism””

    1. Lee Mitchellon 23 Oct 2008 at 10:59 am

      Hang in there, Meghan! It gets crazier before it gets easier, but life is never boring. Trips to the apple orchard and pumpkin picking is the stuff of special childhood memories. Little Man will always have have the wonderful foundation of an early life filled with exciting new discoreries.

      Hugs and Prayers
      Lee Mitchell
      Serene Knitter on Ravelry

    2. HeatherDon 23 Oct 2008 at 10:13 pm

      I am thankful for my neice and nephews. They can brighten even the darkest day with their crazy antics. Little kids just look at the world differently and can make even the most mundane of things an adventure.