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This year’s Men’s Spring Knitting Retreat was again phenomenal!  It will never cease to amaze me what a fantastic group of guys this event attracts.

Before Retreat and After Retreat – I’m a very different person each year based on where I am regarding the Men’s Spring Knitting Retreat. Last

With the beginning of a new year, I’ve had a lot of things going on in my knitting universe. When One Door Opens… It’s hard

It appears, that as of this past Tuesday, Thaddeus and I are legally married for both Federal and State purposes. Who Would Have Believed I

After a week away at Easton Mountain, I was so glad to be sleeping next to my husband in my own bed, but still yet

My first day and night at Easton was a beautiful start to my week of glorying in the men’s knitting community. Anticipation Builds Easton Mountain

Very early Monday morning, I will drive a very full car to Upstate NY to stay a week at Easton Mountain Retreat Center. Daily Blogging

One of the founding principles of The Men’s Knitting Retreats is that we look among our own ranks for expertise and workshops. A Bounty of

I got a chance to meet Ray at the West Coast Men’s Knitting Retreat a number of years ago.  He generously drove me around out

I guess it should come as no surprise that I love men…but I have been falling in love all over again. My Yearly Man-a-Palooza Each

Or, more accurately, W’sIP, which for the muggles and squibs who read here, stands for “Works In Progress.” With Great Shame So, I present to

This year’s retreat seems to have had a more profound and lasting impact on some of the guys…it certainly has for me. Transformational I’ve done

With a cocktail of drugs that helps stave off a quick death after being infected with HIV, the urgency of supporting our brothers who are

I’ve written a lot about the magic of the men’s knitting retreats, so I’ll just post about this year’s retreat without too much gushing…but it

I miss being with the guys at the latest Men’s Spring Knitting Retreat and I miss the wonderful environment of Easton Mountain, but I’m still