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February 22, 2010


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This is one of the coolest things I've EVER seen! Wow!


sweet peace!


The snow looks magical. And your sweet Saimanaq is so lovely. I love the meaning of her name. You do beautiful work.


lovely, lovely work. and you are beautiful, margie!


Simply Charming!


My son's name is Quinn as in the Eskimo, his father grow up in Alaska. I think Saimamaq is simply amazing. The snow must be sparkling just for her. Still trying to get my hands on one of your mermaids so not even going to ask about an Eskimo. Beautiful.


Your little Saimanaq is one of the most adorable creatures ever. I love her total outfit. What a delighful, exciting and invigorating walk, I guess, you had together ! I love this new clever concept of hard and soft you imagined. Only you can have such brilliant ideas ! As the photo of you, dear Margie, she brings such quiet and peace ... and a sweet smile of course ! It probably comes from the power of the stone, from her naked and expressive face, from her attitude/posture ... and from all the magic of your pure heart you put in her. She's a healing friend for sure. I wonder if you could not cure some of your patients just showing Saimanaq (or a photo) to them :)
Have a nice Tuesday !


This scene is beautiful Margie and you were blessed with a kiss of sun on your face. Saimamaq is wonderful and so photogenic - also clearly thoughtful too, bringing a spare set of mukluks.
Nanou is right, she would do good for your patients, and everyone she meets :)


Oh Margie this is so poetic and dreamy, the minuscule boots are so cute! i wish i were a little stone character to go on a walk with saimanaq, the beautiful named!

michele (maryland)

Margie, you are as beautiful as I thought you were.


Just adorable. Brings a smile to my face. I just came over for the first time from Genine's art blog and saw your crocetted covered stones and just love them.

Melissa R

M!!! Is it true? A picture of YOU?? Am I wrong or is this a first? Thank you thank you for that gift! And yes, I love the little mittens too :)


Wonderful, especially the teeny tiny mukluks! Our snow looked exactly like that yesterday. The weekend mini-thaw softened it, and then a quick freeze caught that melting moment. It was very flowy and sparkly, almost like a popsicle.

Lovely World

You know, I think I saw her moving in that snow! Lovely.

Jill Wignall

These are looking really wonderful. So umusual and inspiring. Very impressive.


She is so, so alive. There is something so tender about her. So heart-rendingly real - and yet not of this world.

Mathyld / encore petite

One of the most beautiful post I've seen lately ...
This is heart warming and breath taking ...
Especially the first two (and the last one, indeed)
x x x

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