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#PYHO: Sometimes Black Girls Get the Blues

The last few weeks found me in a place I thought was behind me. Days felt extra long, each task felt like I was completing it while under water and stuck in muck. It would take everything to get “it” together, often taking hours for me to leave the house. I was battling a bought of depression that left me…

Write a Review Wednesday: Summer in the City

            Just in time for summer Kathleen M. Wainwright presents an ode to summers past. Summer in the City is Kathleen’s first book and based on her experiences as a young child growing up in and around the Philadelphia area. Before the days of instant streaming, smart phones and extensive video game systems, children played throughout…

#WIP Wednesday: Unfinished Yarnthngs

  Fellow Crafters… I have been in a creative slump. So many beautiful, springy yarns in the stash and no desire to do anything with them!  Besides shooing my Lil away from my yarn room, the only action my yarn stash gets is to move it from bag to bag as I thin out the collection of bags that I am…

#MondayListicles Are Gone Too Soon

This week’s Monday Listicle was suggested by Jen who wants to know which television shows we think were cancelled too soon. I’ve got something to say about this! All of the good shows are always yanked off of the air before they can get really good traction going. I mean, I know ratings and sponsors and such but really! How…

Dig Into Reading with #TBCCrafters

It’s been a while since I’ve been feeling crafty but with my library’s summer reading program set to start in a few days I had to get ready to rock! The theme for summer 2013 is “Dig Into Reading” and I saw a cute garden craft on Pinterest that I wanted to recreate. I played around with ways to get…