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Granny Weaver believes women are stronger spun together, just like the wool she spins. But will her Amish knitting circle snap if spun with women from the Smicksburg Baptist Church? Granny’s believes they can be knit together for a worthy cause: knitting hats, gloves and scarves to the growing homeless population across the USA. So Granny invites: Colleen, a young woman living at Forget-Me-Not Manor, a refuge for homeless mothers. Janice, a burnt out pastor’s wife…or a women going through the change of life. Marge, a new neighbor learning to live off-the-grid, whose husband fears her new-found faith. Suzy, who will teach knitting with needles, but is distressed over her aging dog’s health. Granny does many “casting off” prayers that her English friends will bond with Ella, Ruth, Lizzie, Lavina, Maryann, and Fannie, and not unravel the knitting circle she holds so dear. Following the tradition of Pickwick Papers (Charles Dickens) and Anne of Green Gables (L.M. Montgomery), Amish Friends Knitting Circle was a continuing story, broken down into 8 episodes, enabling reader input. If you liked the best-selling, Amish Knitting Circle, the prequel to this series, then join Granny Weaver as she invites her friends from the Smicksburg Baptist Church to a summer circle to knit for charity.
Amish Crease Lit Circle: Smicksburg Tales 3 (Volume 3)
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Amish Crease Lit Circle: Smicksburg Tales 3 (Volume 3) by Vogel Karen Anna
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Thousands of women worldwide are being helped by Granny Weaver and her knitting circle friends as they solve problems the Amish way. The prequels to this series are: Amish Knitting Circle: Smicksburg Tales 1 Amish Friends Knitting: Smicksburg Tales 2) If you haven't read them, you can still jump in and join the girls in this series: When readers told me their knitting circles were reading episodes of Amish Knitting Circle and then Amish Friends Knitting Circle and then making the dessert recipes included, an idea popped into my head. Granny loves Jane Austen, so why not have the women read classic literature and discuss it at their circle? Amish Knit Lit Circle was born. All winter, Granny and her circle, now consisting of Amish and English friends, knit for the homeless and discuss books. As these women reach out into their community, they share what they've learned. Missy Prissy, a snobby rich woman, reads A Christmas Carol, but will it change her Scrooge heart? The single moms at Forget-Me-Not Manor read Anne of Green Gables, and can identify with this lonely orphan, being formerly homeless and on the streets, and share their stories for the first time, bringing healing. Mona reads Black Beauty and images of past abuse haunt her dreams and this could not possibly be a good thing, or is it? Visions of romance dance in the women's heads, too. After reading Pride & Prejudice, they swoon over Mr. Darcy telling Elizabeth, "You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you." Some start to write love letters to their husbands, others wonder why their husbands just can't spit out "I love you." Marriage problems come to the forefront, but will they be swept under the rag rug? With their wives being so touchy-feely, will their husbands dive for the nearest rock to hide under? Some readers are participating in Granny's circle in the comfort of their homes, not having to travel to Smicksburg. If you'd like to read these classic books along with the women in the circle, here's Granny's reading list: Pride & Prejudice, Jane Austen Little Women, Louis May Alcott Anne of Green Gables, Lucy Maud Montgomery A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens The Life of our Lord, Charles Dickens Emma, Jane Austen Black Beauty, Anna Sewell Pilgrim's Progress, John Bunyan The Secret Garden, Frances Hodgson Burnett

Why Anna Deavere Smith matters - San Jose Mercury News - San Jose Mercury News

Anna Deavere Smith returned to her hometown of Baltimore in the wake of the riots and found herself shaken by the devastation. A master monologuist who has dedicated her life and work to exploring the fault lines of race and class and politics in American life, she channeled her feelings of grief into her latest solo show "Notes From the Field: Doing Time in Education,... 2 at Berkeley Repertory Theatre. "It was very powerful for me to see the city where I grew up become an archaeological site," says the always eloquent Smith. "There are blocks and blocks and blocks of broken down buildings in ruins. Actress Anna Deavere Smith is photographed at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre studio in Berkeley, Calif. , on Wednesday, June 24, 2015. Smith created, wrote and is performing in "Notes from the Field: Doing Time in Education, The California Chapter," a one-woman show running from July 11 to Aug. (Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group) ( JANE TYSKA ) Theater game changer. Smith, who may be best-known for her role as the formidable hospital administrator Gloria Akalitus on Showtime's hit "Nurse Jackie," and her spin through "The West Wing," is a pioneer of documentary theater. Her painstaking methodology involves interviewing countless people and then bringing those characters to life onstage with unerring accuracy, taking pains to re-create every sigh and every shrug. Smith is so meticulous in her attention to the details of voice, language and physical bearing that give people definition -- the sentences that trail off, the hiccups of syntax, the heavy or elegant tread -- that the ample use of costumes, props... She's a highly intellectual actor and writer, and she relishes the stimulation of university life (she is doing a residency at Stanford in the fall and will be performing there as part of the Stanford Live series), but she's also a sucker for good... And she admits that she will miss the "Nurse Jackie" crew terribly now that the Showtime comedy about a troubled nurse (played by Edie Falco) has wrapped. "I loved working on 'Nurse Jackie,' " she says. Her most lasting legacy remains in the theater, where her groundbreaking and precise blend of journalism and art has inspired performers from Sarah Jones to Echo Brown. Source: www.mercurynews.com

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  • Why Anna Deavere Smith matters

    07/06/15 ,via San Jose Mercury News

    Contact Karen D'Souza at 408-271-3772. Read her at www.mercurynews.com/karen-dsouza, and follow her at Twitter.com/karendsouza4. 'NOTES FROM THE FIELD'. Written and performed by Anna Deavere Smith. When: Saturday through Aug. 2

  • Suspect in officer's killing pleads not guilty TV.com

    07/06/15 ,via WWL

    Travis Boys, 33, appeared before Judge Karen K. Herman to enter the plea to first-degree murder, punishable only by death or by life in prison, in the death of Officer Daryle Holloway, 45. District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro has said he is seeking the

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Evangeline Lilley is great in Ant-Man. Like Family Plot-era Karen Black meets Anna Wintour. #AntMan 07/06/15, @boydhilton
@DrakeBell Good old times. I miss you. http://t.co/gHsRKbOM5n 07/06/15, @Anna__Karen_
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  • Anna's Blueberry Mini Muffins

    flour, baking powder, baking soda, vegetable oil, eggs, blueberries, cinnamon, honey, orange zest, yogurt, salt, flour

Books

  • Framing Anna Karenina

    Ohio State University Press. 1993. ISBN: 9780814206133,0814206131. 241 pages.

    Mandelker's revisionist analysis begins with the contention that Anna Karenina rejects the textual conventions of realism and the stereo-typical representation of women, especially in Victorian English fiction. In Anna Karenina, Tolstoy uses the theme of art and visual representation to articulate an aesthetics freed from gender bias and class discrimination

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  • Why Anna Deavere Smith matters

    07/06/15 ,via San Jose Mercury News

    "The other thing about Anna is that she is restless. She is always pushing." Contact Karen D'Souza at 408-271-3772. Read her at www.mercurynews.com/karen-dsouza, and follow her at Twitter.com/karendsouza4.

  • "I Want to Be a Rock-and-Roll Bird,” and More Beauty Inspiration From Suki Waterhouse

    07/06/15 ,via Style

    Who are some of your beauty icons? Karen O would be at the top of that list. Janis Joplin, for that hair that’s just mad and untamed. I actually think Anna Wintour has an incredible fringe—I’ve analyzed it, it doesn’t move. It’s just always ...

  • Daybook: Recent births in the Jackson County area

    07/06/15 ,via MLive

    Grandparents are Anna Butler of Albion, and Julie and Mark Smith of Jackson ... Grandparents are Linda and Tom Rupert of Jackson, and Karen and Rich Sawyer of Luther. Great-grandparents are Harold Bean of Jackson, and Joan Fogel of Jackson.

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Anna Karen - IMDb

Anna Karen, Actress: On the Buses. Anna Karen was born on September 19, 1936 in South Africa. She is an actress, known for On the Buses (1969), Beautiful Thing (1996 ...

Anna Karen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Anna Karen (born 19 September 1936) is a South African -born English film, television and theatre actress. Prominent in soap opera and comedy her best-known roles are ...

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Anna Karen, Actress: Peyton Place. Anna Karen was born on September 20, 1914 in New Jersey, USA. She was an actress, known for Peyton Place (1964), The Ski Bum (1971 ...

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