Monthly Archives: July 2014

Grist and Saw Mill in Almonesson

Television networks use the euphemistic term Encore Presentation to describe reruns, and that may seem to be the case with today’s post, but it’s not.

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Thor Was a Lady Before

Last week I had showed you delightful readers Alex Ross’ version of a female Thor from the late 1990s. As it turns out, a few years before that another woman wielded Mjolnir! And who was that lady with the impossibly … Continue reading

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Fettucine di Mezzanotte

This pasta has capers, anchovies, crushed red pepper, tomatoes, and is heavy on the garlic. I wasn’t sure that my son was going to like it since I got the side eye as he watched me add the anchovies to the saute … Continue reading

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Today we’re celebrating our 5th anniversary at Willceau Illo News! Thanks for dropping by our little junk drawer, and for your comments, links, and pins.  

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Friday Five – Number Sixty One

Sixty first in a series creating a collage using five elements.

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I’m Leaving It All Up to You!

This may or may not be related to the photo shot by John Capewell that I posted last week. It may be a different angle of last week’s shot or an entirely different body of water all together. As the … Continue reading

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A Quilt for Katie

Our niece Katie is going to make our family a little bit bigger next month – she’s having a baby boy! Katie is a roller derby queen who loves donuts, sriracha, and has a great sense of humor. Which will come … Continue reading

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