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chelsea

Kate, thank you for playing FPW! That David Austin is gorgeous.

I had two DA roses when I lived in New Orleans... I can't remember their names but one was the most delicate gorgeous pink and the other was a deep 80s purple. They bloomed constantly for two years!

Margar

Evelyn is probably my favorite Austin too (although I have a bunch more this year, so we'll see what I think when they bloom). I love the fragrance and the way the color varies from deep pink to peach.

My best Austin rose photo is here: Jude the Obscure, which has a lovely lemony fragrance.

Anna

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    Stephanie Pearl-McPhee: At Knit's End : Meditations for Women Who Knit Too Much
    Sometimes it's stressful going to see a friend in a play. If they suck in it, you can't just come out and say so. Fortunately, most of my actor friends kick ass onstage. It's the same when people you know write a book. True, I only know Stephanie through her blog, but I feel like I know her like a friend. Anyway, I needn't have stressed. Her book is absolutely delightful. It's sweet and warm and funny and truthful and makes me very proud to be a fellow knitter.

  • : Scarf Style : Innovative to Traditional, 31 Inspirational Styles to Knit and Crochet

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  • Debbie Stoller: Stitch 'N Bitch: The Knitter's Handbook

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    This is Sedaris' best work ever. It's not constantly blow-to-the-head funny like his earlier books, but his writing has never been so beautiful. Who knows how it really was in childhood? We all view our past through a filter, but Sedaris speaks of his adolescence with a razor-sharp clarity and understanding. That said, the piece about "6 to 8 black men" was so funny I was gasping for breath, and Rob nearly drove off the road laughing. It's a good thing we were driving on 680 and not Highway 1. We'd have gone over a cliff for sure.

  • Timberlake Wertenbaker: Timberlake Wertenbaker: Plays One : New Anatomies, the Grace of Mary Traverse, Our Country's Good, the Love of the Nightingale, Three Birds Alighting on a Field (Faber Contemporary Classics)

    Timberlake Wertenbaker: Timberlake Wertenbaker: Plays One : New Anatomies, the Grace of Mary Traverse, Our Country's Good, the Love of the Nightingale, Three Birds Alighting on a Field (Faber Contemporary Classics)
    Did I mention how brilliant this play is? I just went to Limelight and got myself a copy (I still want this collected works edition, though, hint hint). When I first read it, I cast myself as Duckling, because of her heartbreakingly beautiful and poetic monologue in the second act. After reading the novel, I want to be Mary Brenham, who is a much more complicated character. DAMN, this play is good.

  • Thomas Keneally: Playmaker

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    This book was freakin' brilliant. Troy loaned it to me because I just read (and went apeshit for) the play "Our Country's Good", by the deliciously named Timberlake Wertenbaker. Wertenbaker based the play on this book, which is about the convict settlers of Australia. I want to do this play so badly I can almost taste it.

  • Sarah Vowell: The Partly Cloudy Patriot

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    This chick rewls. I wish I was this smart, but I'm not. Rob and I drove around in the car all day so I could read this out loud.

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