Craftside Giveaway! My comment: This would be SO AWESOME! My boys have grown and recently flown from the nest. Enter another transition in life: Empty Nesting, time of rearranging and updating the ‘Nest’! While raising a family, having many & varied eclectic interests, helped broaden experiences and knowledge, it’s amazing what accumulates. Long story short; clearing out and simplifying made easy, The Stash stays and everything else goes. Exploring fibers while organizing via burn testing and hopefully microscope if I can find software compatible. Swatching is made fun by turning them into little pouches, and the many undyed yarns lend to my curiousity for intentional “staining” with wine, blueberry juice, tea, coffee, etc… With this I can complete this next step! Thanks for offering this give away. A pleasure for whoever wins!
A disability newsletter made mention of a study for the best places to live for those with disabilities, since services, accommodations and understanding/acceptance varies in communities, towns, cities, and from state to state in the United States. Many comments spoke of how skewed and inaccurate the results were, nervousness to move fearing to be worse off, and ultimately that we should not need a list of best places for disable to live because everywhere throughout the United Staes should see every individual as a valuable person. My comment is awaiting Moderator approval.
Posted: Looking for bilingual neighborhood, town, city, state, country, continent, Earth! Bilingual meaning spoken & sign language of that country. Lack of social community excludes people, leaving them isolated and alone. Dying from being unwanted, unneeded, and unloved. ‘A Case About Amy” by R.C. Smith, shines light on the oppressed people, Deaf/HH & Disabled(“Challenged”) Citizens! How can ‘community’ be used to group peoples that are dispursed throuhout Mainstream Normal Hearing Communities/Societies!?
Still waiting for approval to be posted in the comments.