…lately I look at all of the cookbooks lying about the house, piled up on the floor and cluttering the counter and it’s overwhelming. Having so much stuff isn’t making me feel happy. It’s actually quite stressful.
I’ve been knitting for about seven years and have amassed my share of books. I am excited to add The Knitter’s Dictionary: Knitting Know-How from A to Z from Interweave to my shelves. As a person who transitioned to knitting from crochet, I have always felt that there was something missing in my knitting education […]
The weather outside in Philly does not feel like winter (yes, yes…technically it’s still Fall/Autumn but December so hush) however, I am in no hurry for snow. Snowfalls in the City of Brotherly Love are tricky and honestly with all that needs to be done for the holidays, I am enjoying weather where I am […]
I will eat some humble pie because I was surprised at just how much fun the kids had playing and creating their Mad Libs stories. They were appropriately kids; lots of burping and farting jokes but also silly with animals, goofy words and inside jokes from school.
Every year Pennsylvania has a program called PA One Book, in which a picture book is selected to be shared with pre-K-k children across the state. Through the Library, I have had various successes with programming for previous One Book selections but 2017’s choice, “Daniel Finds a Poem” by Micha Archer, was the perfect book! […]