The second exciting piece of news I have to share (this being the first…) is that we have bought a house and will be moving out of our condo at the end of November! Oh my, not much time…
We’ve loved living in the condo. Have loved being so close to everything we […]
Autumn knitting is a wonderful thing…as the evenings are dark much earlier, the rain hits the windows, and outside the temperatures are getting colder, it is nice to be curled on the the couch with knitting in hand. These last few weeks have been so busy for us though, […]
You might have noticed a new sponsors section on my right sidebar. After a fair bit of thought I have decided to expriment with blog sponsors, and see whether this is something that works for Little Wool Maus. I see sponsorship as a way to connect readers with independent artisans or companies (often smaller, family […]
Two weeks ago we had an absolutely gorgeous Thanksgiving week-end, with hot, summery weather, and not a cloud in sight! Now the weather has turned much more seasonal, and although it isn’t too cold yet, it is certainly very rainy. Dressing Mausi up in her rainsuit and ducky boots and going out for some “puddle-stomping” […]
A couple of posts ago, in 10 good things, I mentioned making lists for exciting things. This is one of those exciting things, and at 20 weeks along I can hardly believe that this is the half way point!
At the end of February or the beginning of March, while the ground around […]
Located just outside of Montreal, Quebec, Becky and Lisa of Organic Quilt Company create wonderful baby items from carefully selected organic fabrics. Their lineup includes far more than just quilts; hats, bibs, blankets, washcloths, burpcloths and sleep sacks tumble out of […]
Inspired by a recent post I read on 10 simply good things, I thought Thanksgiving week-end would be the perfect time to make my own list of 10 little things that make me smile. I am thankful for so many things, chief among them Mausi’s papa, who is as […]
October is a great time to start putting bird feeders out. Natural food sources are becoming depleted, and birds will quickly learn that your backyard feeder is a good place to go.
Tips for successful winter care of feathered friends :: Place bird feeders on or near trees and shrubs with […]
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