How do we find you outside of steepster?
I’m also on http://www.ravelry.com/, my username is the same as here.
That’s really cool, Cynthia. I also crochet, well, not lately, but I did when my kids were younger. I used to make a lot of things for them. I’d love to do it again. Maybe I will soon. I want to crochet an snowman face for my front door, but I don’t think there’ll be enough time before Christmas.
You have a head start on me – I couldn’t crochet to save my life. I often joke that yarn is a wily beast that needs to be attacked with the maximum number of weapons possible, and thus, I knit. Sometimes, with as many as five needles at once.
You can always make that snowman face to be ready for next Christmas. And the nice thing about snowmen is that they are winter decorations, not just Christmas. Something to brighten your door in February would nice, wouldn’t it?
Since I just got into loose leaf I have a few teabags and a few free samples of loose leaf tea I got from teas ect I dont care for if anyone wants to swap.
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I use this username almost everywhere. If anyone really wants to find me, I use gmail.
my facebook : http://www.facebook.com/Kitch3ntools
my twitter: http://twitter.com/kitch3ntools
i use Kitch3ntools for everything. so feel free. :) when u add me make sure u let me know u found me here or you friend request will sit there for a long time lol
I’m the national Tea Examiner at Examiner.com. http://www.examiner.com/x-12909-Tea-Examiner. Hope you’ll drop by and give your input. I’m trying to build a total tea information site, but I only started the last few days of June, so I don’t have nearly enough basics up yet. Between reviews and event I have to cover, I try to write Tea 101 articles. It’s hard because there is a lot of conflicting information on the Internet and in books as well.
Please visit and leave a comment so I know you’re from Steepster. I try to get to know people on the tea sites and forums. The information helps me out when I am trying to write my articles. I pick up some really good tips for directing my research.
http://queengata.blogspot.com – it’s part tea blog, book reviews, and general rantings (though not too loud.)
Gata, I’ve read your blog before. I enjoy it.
Blog (just some very sporadic book reviews, nothing tea related): http://bookwormshideout.blogspot.com/