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October 11, 2005



Great felted balls. Where did you get the instructions to make them. What supplies are needed. Love the blog


"i'm a double agent." PRICELESS!!! :)


Do you get emailed when someone comments on an old post? I was just enjoying your archives and HAD to post. My hubby and I also got in to ALIAS this way. We watched one or two episodes and just had to know what was going on. We rented the first two seasons and watched them for 3 days straight. Of course we didn't turn it off at the end of an episode. The trick is to turn it off about 10 minutes in to the next episode, after they resolve the cliff-hanger and before that episode REALLY begins. The only time we stopped was to sleep (barely). My dreams for the following week were filled with spies, jump-kicks, and stocking-capped-intruding burglars. I think I actually beat somebody up (in my dreams of course). During the days, I couldn't walk through the grocery store parking lot without looking over my shoulder, noticing meaningless details with amazing accuracy. Wow. Need to turn off the tv. sheesh. My poor 5 month old (at the time) was starting to feel a little neglected. poor thing. Anyway, I just thought your post was amusingly familiar. Now...are you addicted to Lost too? I love that show, but like alias, I think it's probably kinda hard to watch unless you know what's going on. :)

Hayley Gillespie

Love, love, love everything on here!!!!!!! Just inspiring! Thank you!

A Little Blue Dragonfly

Reading some archives with a cup of tea, and nearly choked with laughter over this post! Love it! I, too, watched Alias on DVD after the fact and had the same I-can't-stop-'til-I-watch-the-next-episode thing happen. Yes, had the spy dreams, although mine had nothing to do with "coco" or "wormwood". So fun! :)

Sandra Licher

You are TOO funny! I'm not sure I'm into spy movies but I'm thinking I may do like that gal that cooked her way through Julia Child...I may do the same thing through your blog...starting with felted balls! LOL! Then next would be watching all of Alias and reading or watching Spy Girl? and Veronica Mars? It's sort of like a treasure hunt or being an apprentice to your creative mind. I wonder what I'll end up like at the end? If I glean 1/5 of your talent and creativity I will be a happy girl but probably one that hides behind curtains and looks over her should a lot...LOL!
P.S. I'm reading one post inbetween housecleaning's pretty motivating too. I'm getting lots done!

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