Probably something you would like…

How to make Peep Sushi. (via Sandi Oswalt)

Forget what you’ve heard; proper names will not be allowed in Scrabble.

AT&T will offer at-home, mini cell towers to improve your iPhone reception. This would be great except I don’t have good cell service or good internet access!

If you act right this minute you might be able to buy a ticket for my friend Guido’s Maryland Sheep and Wool After Party. This party was the highlight of MDS&W last year and Maggie and I will be there along with a lot of other shareholders.

Hilarious recipe cards.

Shelley Nobles is a regular commenter here on the blog and she has the coolest project! She’s making a short animated film and you can follow her progress at Notes from Halfland. I am completely fascinated by Shelley’s blog and her work.

Headline: Unexplained sheep attacks ’caused by aliens in UFOs’, farmers claim. What. The. Hell. If any of my British readers want to weigh in on this, I’d be much obliged.

London evacuees to a Sussex farm are enchanted by the first lambs of the year on New Year’s Day, 1940. Love this!

Somebody has a birthday coming up and wouldn’t this basket look adorable with a new lamb in it? (Via Ysolda’s twitter stream.)

small stump + studio choo is a always filled with sweet things.

Adorable little sussys at nothingelegant on etsy.

A little article about shepherds featuring yours truly. FYI- the word “shepherdess” makes me want to stick an ice pick in my eye.

Love this pattern. So lovely. So free.

The wineglass sponge. So simple yet brilliant.

If I had cell service at home, or even internet access that let me get cell service, I’d be all over this.

“To be persuasive we must be believable; to be believable we must be credible; to be credible we must be truthful.”—Edward R. Murrow

Love this!

Need this!

From kind over matter.

What’s making you happy this week?


  1. Peep Sushi!! Hilarious!!!! Cashmere cowl beautiful in anything but cashmere…hmmm…and Love LOVE LOOOOOVE the last quote!
    Thanks for helping me find the way to create myself these days :)

  2. Great stuff! I love the bike, do you know who makes it? Also that pictures with the kids holding the lambs is so so cute, it made me smile!
    Uh and the cashmere cowl…drool!
    And here is something that I think you would like (just for fun)

    Love reading! Keep on writing!

  3. Susan and the folks at Juniper Moon probably get to see stuff like this all the time but I don’t (in my stuffy city office). I just discovered something that this crowd would probably like. This is the SWEETEST video of lamb silliness ever.

  4. I always love the PSYW Like List, but today wow, what a privilege!

    Holy Cow!! (um, Sheep!!) Susan, I had no idea you knew about Halfland! I’m so incredibly honored and delighted you find it interesting! Not only are the amazing animals you care for a huge visual inspiration for my main character but you and Juniper Moon drive me wild with enthusiasm for the idea of yarn CSAs and the new media tools with which you share about it!

    What you are doing comes up a lot in my conversations because it is exciting and edifying at every level.

  5. these chickens are.

    frizzle bantams. I think I need them.

  6. I think the Sheep UFO story is a joke…at least, the Telegraph looks to have gotten its story from the Sun (a tabloid), but I just don’t understand why they would put it in their paper unless it was a slow news day.

    Though I’m sure that someone, somewhere, believes that UFOs are attacking his sheep.

    I love your PSYWLs…keep ’em coming!

  7. VelvetMarmoset

    April 7, 2010 at 4:57 pm

    Haaa! I totally posted about Peepshi in the “What are you cooking?” thread on rav a few days ago! I thought of you when I found it, too. I almost bought you another color of Peeps at the store the other day too. I’m obsessed with their colors, but hate to eat them. Blasphemy, I know.

  8. Just wanted to say how much I love your blog. I live in a suburban apartment and its wonderful to see rural life and watch lamb videos. Even my 10yo son will watch lambs. Wish you were closer to the Midwest.

  9. So much is making me happy this week, and you totally nailed it on this week’s PSYWL, I’m in love with it all. :)

    The last thing, the quote on the blackboard, reminds me of my favorite thing ever said to me (well, one of them) by my 10th grade religion teacher (I went to Catholic school), “Your life doesn’t happen to you, it happens from you.”

  10. The quote is not unknown, but actually by George Bernard Shaw … and I’ve had it on my bedroom chalkboard for the past ten years! LUV seeing it here!

  11. This may be the most interesting blog I’ve ever seen!!! I laughed so hard and was intrigued at the same time! Good for you!

  12. Alisa aka "Mandy"

    April 8, 2010 at 3:10 pm

    Hey Susan! Is there a link to where the basket for the bike can be purchased? I have an old bike made in England almost 50 years ago…and I want a basket that Fenway (the dog!) can fit into! lol Miss you! A

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