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One again my Rick Levine horoscope is oddly on point! We’re leaving today for a long trip, I’m driving, and in a more metaphorical way I feel I AM ready to take the bull by the horns (watch out, Taurus!) … Continue reading
Find the joy TODAY in what you’re doing, even if it’s restocking a shelf or mailing books [raises hand] because YOU are responsible for discovering joy wherever it’s hiding. Life is terminal. Continue reading
No matter how much work I have, there is always a small corner of joy when I’m knitting. The rhythm, the fiber, the repetition calm me, and if I’m able to divorce my nervous mind from the looming deadline, I can enjoy it thoroughly. Continue reading
Design is another word for organizing visual inspiration. Organizing the work is what makes life beautiful in the middle of the nutty chaos. Continue reading
For years I had eschewed the humble garter stitch. I prefer stockinette stitch, and I am afraid that I looked down on garter. This was wrong of me, and to make up for it I’m doing an entire KIMONO in garter for Interweave Knits. It’s a modular piece, worked so that it is put together like a puzzle (but with – hopefully – no seams) Continue reading
Friday, February 4, 2011 By Rick Levine Virgo (Aug 23 – Sep 22) You are motivated to get a lot done at work today with the Sun-Mars conjunction activating your 6th House of Employment. The cluster of planets in futuristic … Continue reading
Friday, January 7, 2011 By Rick Levine Virgo (Aug 23 – Sep 22) You’ve been riding a wave of creative energy that continues to be difficult to manifest. It’s as if your productive ideas are blocked by circumstances that are … Continue reading
So I held a pity party for myself yesterday and drowned my sorrows in a piece (O N E small piece) of poppy seed lemon cake at Caribou Coffee, and I’ve been suffering with a serious flare up ever since. Continue reading
October will mark an extended period of HOME TIME, and October will be pattern writing month. My current mental preparation before the onset of “Worksheet Wonderland” are like those initial folds in an origami project. (And it allows me to rationalize the time I’ve spent playing sudoku.) Continue reading