WelcomeIn here you will find out that instead of working on my career as an Evil Overlord, I knit things. Which has much to do with my love for craft and colour, but also with the fact that the law forbids me to stab people with my needles and good minions are hard to come by.
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Author Archives: fuin
I love these because they are nice and fuzzzzzzzzzy. Okay, so they shed and pill like crazy, but they’re made from 100% alpaca yarn, so that is to be expected. They stop shedding after a month or so and then … Continue reading
Queue people going GURL, YOU CRAZY. Or maybe that’s just my sassy friends. Who are imaginary. and disembodied. Mainly they’re just voices. Moving on… Cruising on the high of actually finishing last year’s 51 books challenge I decided to do … Continue reading
2011 1. Fires of Heaven – Robert jordan 2. The legendary adventures of Alexander 3. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (x2) – Mark Twain 4. Far from the Maddening Crowd – Thomas Hardy 5. The Dwarves – Markus Heitz 6. … Continue reading
The Crying of lot 49 – Thomas Pynchon EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED AND EVERYTHING IS WEIRD. The best Post-War Novel you will ever read. LITERALLY! It’s actually about postal wars. Mostly though, mostly it’s about conspiracy theories, the fundamental interconnectedness of … Continue reading
And as we go from december into the cold and frigid embrace of january. Not that it’s cold. I actually didn’t even need a coat today. Guess what. I ACTUALLY MANAGED TO FINISH THE CHALLENGE. I feel this bodes well … Continue reading
Late as usual, but I have by now nearly caught up on my reading deficit, so props to me for that at least xD. Only two books behind at this point and that is very manageable, especially since I got … Continue reading
HELLO, lovely people. Managed to get snowed under with start of term shenanigans, hence the lack of posting on the book, quilt and knitting front. My apologies. As to the book front, I am roughly 7 books behind on my … Continue reading
Howth is a fishing village to the north of Dublin. It’s actually located on a peninsula, a very hilly peninsula. Actually most of Dublin can be categorized as very hilly. My calves will never be the same. You could technically … Continue reading
Dublinia, a museum about viking and medieval Dublin, was recommended to us by Karin’s mother. A recommendation I’d like to pass on to any traveller vaguely interested in museums. It’s not overly large, but we did manage to spend at … Continue reading