Month: July 2016

The Furnace, Convictions, and a King’s Anger

From a safe distance, the King saw the doors of the furnace open and blue flames roar toward the sky. It burned the flesh of the guards at the men’s sides. With hasty shoves, the three men were sent flailing into the licking flames and […]

Scrapbooking in the Raw

I really can’t say what first started me scrapbooking. At the time I was quite young and the hobby was not so widespread. I had pictures of my favorite pets and I had paper. The result was some flashy colors and plain shapes but all […]

Crochet Inspiration in the Movies | That Hollywood Afghan and Delicate Black Shawl

I can’t believe how long it has been since I last posted a Crochet Inspiration post. Over a year at least! It just goes to show how preoccupied I have been with other things. And what a shame! If you are new to these posts […]

Doing Slow Things in a Fast World

One of the things I find most relaxing is sitting down with a pen and a tablet and writing. Journaling, writing a draft for an upcoming post or article, or my personal favorite, scribbling down a new story idea. Despite this being the digital era […]

Lacet Eyeglasses Strap | New Crochet Pattern

New and free crochet pattern! It’s simple and very practical. Check it out and tell me what you think! Only after a few times of wearing my glasses I thought how helpful it would be to have straps that keep them around my neck. Since […]