Heya, friends. I’m moving my website to a new host, and just like moving in real life, it’s a bit overwhelming and . . . well . . . messy. I’ve been […]
An afternoon in Athens visiting an Olympic stadium, the National Gardens, and the Parliament building to watch the changing of the guard.
“So what’s going to happen here, now that you’ve moved Stitching for Literacy to its own URL?” you ask. Well, I’ll tell you…I don’t know. That’s not true. That’s just what Tevye […]
Do you write lists? I am a list girl. My daughter is a list girl. My mother is a list girl. My son is a list boy … we are list people. […]
Deborah, Zakariyya, and Rebecca meet Christoph at his Johns Hopkins lab to examine HeLa cells and discuss their commerce. Christoph told Deborah and Zakariyya, about their mother’s cells: “Once there is a […]
Hands up all those readers who are left-handed stitchers! I am waving my hand around madly … any more of you out there? Have you ever had trouble trying to interpret diagrams […]