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January 25, 2007

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valou

verry beautiful color's , so i like every thing's you make ....

and your french doll is very sweety !!!! LOL for your explain !!!

Lilli

LOVE the Banner. Hi Puppy!

Stacy

Now that's one planet I'd like to visit. The blanket is wonderful, just like everything you do!

Vallen Queen

That afghan looks pretty done. How big will it get? Every time I go to buy yarn in "different" colors. I come back with some variation of pink or blue. I try very hard to reach for other colors but they just jump back on the shelf.

rachel

Oh my gosh! What a great description of your memories. My husband and I have been together since we were 17, and you would think our memories would be the same, but no. He is always making up stuff that happened. Yes, he too is in the wrong. Not I.

Beata

Who needs to buy magazines with photos like these?!...pure eye candy...

Brandy

I love your ripple blanket. It inspires me to make one with my immense stash of yarn. And I love your sense of style, too. It's a lot like mine. Little hints of childhood and flowery meadows stirred together with vintage and fun.

Great blog!

Stacey

Your rippple blanket is beautiful. I'm in the last few (well maybe more than a few) rows of a log cabin blanket I've been knitting for months. I gotta tell 'ya, your blanket makes me want to pick up ahook and learn to crochet.

Crystal T

Tee hee... I thought I read nipple blanket but then when back and read it correctly. Is it OK that I am 28 and I still think like a 13 year old from time to time? Your blanket it beautiful... I totally LOVE it when you post more than one picture in a post. The colors you surround yourself with are dreamy. Yes, I said dreamy. (see 13 year old self) The hubby and I have been together for 8 years and you would think we live two different lives. He remembers things that did not, could not have happened. I would have recalled such things. Yes? Of course I would have. That being said, I think he has a grand imagination (or I am forgetfull).
:)

earthchick

Oh your ripple blanket is so lovely. I can see why it would be your all-time favorite thing you've made. It's gorgeous! (It has me missing my Grandma, who crocheted ripple blankets for everyone in the family.)

p.s. I think I would really enjoy living on the Planet of Small Cute Chairs and Cakes.

Alicia G.

Girl, you are on fire today.

"But at the time I just saw myself wearing a hardhat, carrying a notebook around a factory in Berwyn, Illinois, eating a Lean Cuisine in a windowless lunchroom forever."

and

"The Planet of Small Cute Chairs and Cakes. Soon to officially replace Pluto, if things go according to my plan."

Hilarious.

And do my eyes deceive or have you changed your background color? Nice. And new banner too? Hi puppers.

Nancy

your house is so cute and all the little details charming. the blanket is really lovely- great colors

babette

I love that Audrey is now the star of the banner. I got my Romantic Homes magazine yesterday, and I wanted to scream it's Posie, it's Alicia,it's Audrey, but i knew my family would have me put away. I love your home and I so look forward to reading the blog each day. Thanks for sharing your beautiful life.

Beth

I am loving your blanket. Makes me want to put down my piece by piece log cabin (now this is mock log cabin and kickin my arse due to the 8 different stitches used.. wait there could be more) and start a ripple blanket.

I love the color on your walls. I am thinking about that color for my bedroom.. but that would require painting the furniture that white washed way. Not a bad idea. I did buy it from the people I bought the house from for $400! Queen bed, 2 night stands, highboy and dresser. Hmmm... oh wait, just last spring and summer I hand plastered the textured walls to be smooth, took the popcorn off the ceiling and did this whole Veneitian plaster thing..okay, nevermind

anyway, I really do like seeing Audrey on your banner. After playing with Turman (9 week old corgi next door) I am just itching to get one!

Colleen

Re: the different interpretations of a shared past I say "HA!" and I also say "it's funny because it's TRUE" and again I say "something in quotations just to make things more complicated because I seem to do that". Anyhoo, this is not about me this is about YOU and I thoroughly enjoyed reading this post from top to bottom. It was so good in fact I think I will go back and try reading it from bottom to top.

May you have a particularly lovely day. :)

hannah

that blanket is so good alicia. good good. i love your um, dialogues with andy. very similar in my house. david loves to make this statement quite frequently, "no matter what i say, you always have to disagree or say the opposite". which of course my instant response is, "no i don't". arrrgh. catch-22?

patty

I completely agree about the colors that keep showing up! I always end up with a lot of brown, orange, red and other fall colors in my rooms. Since this is my favorite season, maybe I am just trying to have eternal autumn somewhere in my life. Your blanket looks beautiful with William!

Kristi

This post had me laughing out loud on more than one occasion. You are such a gifted writer. The ripple blanket just may force me to forego knitting for a bit and learn how to crochet!

Mama Urchin

I think I have sheets that match your comforter. I know about your sheet "thing" and I have to tell you, they're the good kind.

Teresa Sheeley

You are a hoot. I love the ripple afphgan. It is very beautiful, and looks very cozy. I have only finished two afghans my whole life so far and they each took me probably 2 years each. So kudos to you for sticking with it and finishing it!

Veronica TM

I will become an astronaut to go to that planet!
That blanket is so beautiful!

Shelley (Pink House)

This was a great post! And I like the planet you're on. Never leave there, please.

I've also noticed before, that your palette with whatever you're doing or making kind of seems to "match" (that's not a nice word)and I like your colors. It has a nice effect. So no surprise that your crocheted blanket also fits the palette. It looks lovely. And just when I think that I don't have a palette - I realized that the blanket (straight rows not ripples) I'm crocheting some odd leftover skeins (or so I think) also seems to "match" just about every room in my house too. I guess that I also have a life palette. Except in my studio which is completely springy feminine colors.

and I loved the tool & die story because at one time in my life, at about the age of 21, I also say my life flash before my eyes, and it made me break up with a guy who everyone around me thought we were perfect for each other. I didn't make anyone happy but myself, but I knew that I just couldn't head down that road. to me it was the same as tool & dies.

Mary-Heather

This is hilarious, this entry. The whole thing. The tool-and-die story was great, so glad you kept going with it. Wonderful Alicia!

Angela Haselton

How intuitive of you to realize how your yarn stash ends up being what you surround yourself with. You have created such beautiful vignettes everywhere the eye looks. I wish I could translate what is inside of me to my outside world that I see and surround myself with. Love the pup! Is that a miniature paper chain framing the precious selection of chairs? How novel! Love it, Love it!! (as usual)

Angela Haselton

Oh, by the way, I'm so glad that I'm not the only one who saw "nipple blanket". Crystal T. was brave enough to confess, so will I.

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