The SBQ

No stitching this week. Been doing loads of reading and some gaming as well. I have been reading a surprisingly good book – One Thousand White Women: The Journals of May Dodd by Jim Fergus. I was not expecting a lot from this book, but it was recommended to me and so I am reading it – what a great read!

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So let’s move on to the SBQ as suggested by Kathryn:

How many needles do you use during a project? Have you ever loaded up a needle for every color? Do you use a new needle for every project or recycle your favorite needle?

I use one needle. The same needle for every project. I remove the needle when I am done, put it in my handy tin and take that with every project. I think my hard working needle deserves a name. Sam, I think.

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I have been asked how I likeWordpress. I like it very much! It is super easy to use, everything is right there in front of me – my tags to the right, my images below, no extra coding or pages necessary. The big benefit for me (I realize I am not using it right now) is the tabs. I can have everything from my web page on my wordpress. The only downside I have right now is that I can’t completely customize my template the way I want without spending money on it. That is the gotcha. That being said, there are a bazillion wordpress templates available, so it isn’t a huge hiccup.

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4 thoughts on “The SBQ

  1. Melanie

    If you have your own webspace, you can host your own installation of the WordPress software, and that is as customizable as you like – all for free 🙂 You do lose the ‘community’ aspects of WordPress.com then though.

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  2. Jenna

    The name of that book reminds me of the old TV show, The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd. Wow, does THAT bring back memories. LOL. My mom and I used to watch that after my parents broke up. Interesting times…

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