This is…my current reading material

I’m very non-committal about reading lately. It’s just hard to find time to knit and read and embroider. (Yes, I know, talking books/books on tape are the answer.) Anyway, apart from all the magazines I buy and don’t get around to reading, these two are on the go, borrowed from my sis:

This week’s theme from My Champagne Dreams, home of “this is” – Three Buttons.


1 Response to “This is…my current reading material”

  1. 1 nomes Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 12:12 pm

    Thanks for stopping by my blog ( it’s only taken me a month to work out that this is your blog derrr) any who let me know how thw secert history book is been meaning to read it for ages………lets just say i’m in the same boat as you nothing comes between me and craft

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