Week Notes #25

March 15, 2015

Week Note #25
I finally got around to teaching myself how to use this loom..

Week Note #25
and I picked some pretty colurs to weave with.

Week Note #25
I went a little crazy with the hair care purchases
(But I am still refusing to brush my hair)

Week Note #25
It was World Book Day this month so of course I bought some books:
Pastoralia by George Saunders, Holes by Louis Sachar, and Giovanni's Room by James Baldwin.

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» Amapondo
» 3 Signs you're a Fake Entrepreneur
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» "Left To Wonder" by Lyla Foy
» The Birth of Our Windowsill Herb Garden
» How to Program Your Mind to Stop Buying Crap You Don’t Need
» Shut Up and Write the Book
» Simple Tips for Success by Adam J. Kurtz

Podcasts Worth Listening To
» The Living Room
» Love, Good and Bad
» Something Can't Be Everything

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  1. I must ask about why you're not brushing your hair?
    Liked the fake entrepreneur link - I'm most definitely a technician 85% of the time!
    Ps. Sorry to ask again, but where's disqus gone from your mobile site? (I'm wifi less at the moment, hence such limited comments, still here though!!)

  2. Such a lovely post



  3. I love the pastel colors you've picked up to use in your loom (the pinky-beige one is my favorite)!!

  4. The names of those podcasts sound great, I'm going to listen to them, thnaks for sharing! xx


  5. The loom looks really interesting. I hope you share the results of your work too.

    Girl Against Oleka

  6. James Baldwin is a good author, I haven't read that one yet, but I enjoyed Go Tell It On The Mountain.


  7. Holes is such a good book! I did my 6th grade book report on it. :)

  8. I've seen looming on blogs recently and am so interested to try. Can't wait to see what you make! Also, thanks for that link regarding plants that are hard to kill. I'm trying to fill my little apartment with as many as possible!

    Circus & Bloom

  9. What a great post! I love round ups like this. I can't wait to see how your loom creations turn out! xx


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  11. I am really excited to get my first piece finished! I will definitely be sharing whatever I make on here.

  12. I think looms are really popular at the moment and they're such fun!

  13. I have seen the film but not read the book - I'm pretty hyped about it :))

  14. Giovanni's Room BROKE MY HEART 💔

  15. I definitely will be - I'm on a "practice weave" at the moment, just figuring out what kind of weaves I can do with it.

  16. I love pastel shades; I picked colours I thought would blend with our apartment well.

  17. The film is a pretty good adaptation of the book; but as usual the book is better. Enjoy!

  18. Not going to lie, that loom looks really cool. Can't wait to see what you create with it!

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