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180px-Bonney,_Anne_(1697-1720)Pirate. Potter. Shooter. Knitter.

Gunsmoke and knitting – that about says it all.  For me it takes place in a corner of the Connecticut Western Reserve. And cooking, too.  There will be posts about cooking.

Anne Bonney

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11 comments

  1. love the fotos


  2. Hello! I have nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award here : http://jgburdette.wordpress.com/2012/05/27/2672/

    Thanks for a superb blog!


    • I appreciate the honor and return the thanks for your superb blog!


  3. For your mustache appreciation archives: http://www.reuters.com/news/pictures/slideshow?articleId=USRTR38DAP#a=1


    • Oh, my! Those hirsute fellows are quite fantastic. Thanks!


  4. I just nominated you for an “I am part of the WordPress family” award! You can read about the award at http://21stcenturyrenaissancegirl.wordpress.com/2013/07/15/i-am-part-of-the-wordpress-family/. Enjoy!


    • Thanks! 🙂


  5. I love your blog name – A sense of humor will get you through a lot of life’s rough spots! Anita


    • Thank you – and I look forward to reading more about your adventures.


  6. My apologies for taking so long to get here. What a unique blog!!! You have always been so kind to me with your visits and I hope to come around your place more often. Cooking is good and so is gunsmoke. Not so sure how I feel about knitting, but happy to see others enjoy. My mom talks about trying to teach me to knit as a child (no memory of it myself) and I never took to it. She knits to this day as do some of my good friends. Guess I don’t have the knitting gene. But you decidedly do. What do you like to knit? What do you like about it?


    • Thanks for your kind words, Liz. Don’t worry about the knitting gene. My Aunt Margie tried in vain to teach me many times over. Instead of finding it relaxing, I found myself gritting my teeth over it and just gave it up for a number of years. Then I found socks . . . and mittens. I love knitting the “smalls” and I can use unusual and more expensive yarns without a great investment of cash. Now I hate to sit around without having some yarn in my hands. Best wishes.



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