Monthly Archives: April 2014

Does “the Force” Guide Your Knitting?!

I’ve decided that my knitting must be guided by some sort of creative force that spurns being caged in the form of written notes. Thor’s (belated) birthday present is a cardigan with Brown Sheep’s discontinued “Prairie Silk” (72% wool, 18% … Continue reading

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Flying Under the Radar, Part 5 (Conclusion)

On growing up JW JW children are not allowed to:  participate in school holiday events; salute the flag; sing patriotic or holiday songs; participate in patriotic or holiday events; maintain friendships with classmates outside of school (except for the purpose of … Continue reading

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Flying Under the Radar, Part 4

This is the second-to-the-last post in my series “Flying Under the Radar.”  This particular focus of this post is the door-to-door work aka “witnessing.”  My intent with the series is to provide a look at the inside of a very … Continue reading

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