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Chronicles of Patsye
Category Archives: A Day In My Life
In my before life, before nursing, I worked on Capitol Hill. I was dating the senior legal counsel to House Administration and he got me a job lickety split. From that receptionist job for a freshman Republican congressman, I bounced … Continue reading
On a whim I signed up for a two-day class of Rust Dyeing on Paper with the option of creating a book out of my experiments. This was in Asheville at Bookworks, and I had no idea what to expect. But … Continue reading
I have a pot of old herbs at the end of my driveway. I don’t harvest them, or prune them, or feed them for that matter. And I’ve been meaning to pull them out and start over since they’ve been … Continue reading
Been working in acrylics again because I’m getting ready for two teaching opportunities this summer. This cow is a composite of several cows I found on the Internet. I think animals are easier than anything, and acrylics are far easier … Continue reading
Now that Lucy’s eye infection has resolved, The Pumpkin caught another cold. Instead of a trip to the vet, again, I’m giving them both Lysine, an amino acid that ostensibly helps treat these. She’s got a loose nose and she’s … Continue reading
Batten down the hatches. The invasion has begun. Yes, I got both. It was bad enough I took them from their mom, but I couldn’t bear to separate them from each other. And in the three short hours they have … Continue reading
Coming home today took an odd turn on the off ramp of my local highway. Bounding toward me was a big dog who seemed determined to run straight into interstate traffic and meet his own demise. We (both the … Continue reading
This weekend, including today, Murray’s Mill is celebrating their 30th anniversary of The Harvest Folk Festival. Clearly all that practice has paid off. The stellar weather was a plus , and there were plenty of Boyscouts directing traffic and parking, which … Continue reading