The minis are back! Episode 134, Thursday Live

The minis are back! Episode 134, Thursday Live
  • Angela Jorgensen
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  • Laura Fitch
    Laura Fitch

    Sea Fever by John Masefield. I memorized it in college and it still pops up in my thoughts.
    Thanks for great episode of pattern drawing and hooking and all the goodies❤️

  • Marnie Dunbar
    Marnie Dunbar

    Now that I’m pushing eighty this poem by A.E. Housman is especially poignant:
    With rue my heart is laden
    For golden friends I had,
    For many a rose- lipt maiden
    And many a lightfoot lad.

  • Mabel Neil
    Mabel Neil

    Atta smile, Greg! Makes me happy!

  • Teri Canter
    Teri Canter

    Anything by Mary Oliver. Love the flags!

  • Christine

    This is actually a short story, not a poem. It’s The Egg by Andy Weir. It has given me a new way to look at life. I just love it.

  • Maxine Boss
    Maxine Boss

    Diamond Grill by Fred Wah. Canadian author. A mixture of prose and poetry in this semiautobiographical story. A favourite of mine.

  • Gwen

    “Where the Sidewalk Ends” by Shel Silverstein is one of my favourite poems.

  • Melissa

    The Geranium by Theodore Roethke. And anything Emily Dickinson. “Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul…”.

  • Sarah

    Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening By Robert Frost always brings happy (and sad) memories of my father …

  • Anne Bird
    Anne Bird

    The flags look like a celebration!

  • Karen Croxall
    Karen Croxall

    Robert Frost “The Road Not Taken” and Wendell Berry

  • Nancy Paterson
    Nancy Paterson

    Good Morning , I would like to ask when the Irish ergo hooks will be replenished. Thanking You kindly. I enjoy your Thursday live, they make me very happy. I.m new to rug hooking. I.m also a quilter. Have a great weekend!

  • Audrey

    Souled is good now. It was me!

  • Audrey Bennett
    Audrey Bennett

    No sound

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