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domestic goddess

After major guilt about abandoning house and family; while weaving like a maniac in September, to prepare for assorted fiber fairs; I am officially hanging up my domestic goddess apron and getting back to weaving. The house has never been cleaner …thanks Nance and Chris for visiting…and I have even gone so far as to can salsa. A woman who both weaves and cans salsa (as evidenced in the pictures above); deserves a special place in heaven. Kudos to Carole for giving me all the beautiful tomatoes and apples, since my skills don’t seem to extend to the vegetable garden.
I even got my knitted Noro afghan almost done. I need four more blocks, but for the time being it is together enough to keep me warm.

And since I have always wanted to blog about food I have included a picture of a raspberry peach galette that the family gave rave reviews. The picture of the trout is just something I have to include for unknown reasons. Jim was really proud of what I say, is his first fish ever caught from our stream (he claims 2 others).
So..life is good and I promise, back to all things fiber, soon.
By |2016-10-25T16:52:34+00:00October 8th, 2008|Uncategorized|2 Comments


  1. k. October 9, 2008 at 10:12 pm - Reply

    Hi Angela. You can’t run off to the studio without posting your recipe for raspberry peach galette.

    And, I’m so taken with Phyllis’ attractively architectural ‘Carolina Snowflake’, I wonder if she might show us step by step instructions.

  2. knitsteel November 3, 2008 at 1:57 pm - Reply

    I am going to try to start attending the Friday morning knitting guilds if I can. It will depend on studio work as always.

    I’ve also had domestic goddess moments this fall. I think some nice ornament crafting could be both craftily productive and domestic…

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