The Tale of Needle and Thread

I’ve had a half-written post desperately waiting to be completed sitting in my Live Writer for about a week now.  I was all set to finish it when I received notification that a new article of mine has been posted at Life As A Human.  Trust me when I say the article is a lot more interesting than what I was working on, I enjoyed writing it and I think you will enjoy reading it.  It is a poignant tale that involves a ten-foot long, rainbow colored, stuffed fleece snake named Wilbur, preschoolers, some stitches in my leg and my grandmother.  (You never thought you’d see a combination like that, did you?) It’s called Needle and Thread and I would be honored it you would go HERE to read it. 

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4 Responses to The Tale of Needle and Thread

  1. Miss Rebecca says:

    Great Article. I remember going over to my great grandmothers house for hours, learning different stiches, sewing on little patches of scrap fabric, it was one of my favorite things to do as a kid. Your so right that people are just growing up differently now. With technology, and lack of respect for earned money. Usually people could not just get a new thing, they HAD to repair it.

    So glad you could show and bring that to the kids.

  2. Pamela says:

    on my way to read it. My blogging has been desperately interrupted by a family emergency.
    Will eventually find my way back.

  3. Hilary says:

    A lovely post, Susan. How rewarding it must be to teach these kids something they’ll always remember.

    I’m commenting here to avoid another sign-in. 😉

  4. That was a really cute story. I tend to do that sort of thing too — the ‘oh, yeah, I did break my wrist that one time.’ The blood doesn’t bother me though. I heard of your blog on a list of best wordpress blogs. Really cute. I’ll be back. 🙂

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