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03/12/2004

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Carolyn

Wow! Sounds like you had a marvelous day. Sometimes the "stolen ones" (or at least the ones that "feel like" the stolen ones) are the best!

Your poems are great, too.

Here's mine, but its corny:

Life is like the stitch of stocking
Once in while, mine needs some blocking!

(And that is the truth)

Vera

Yes, I am jealous of your day.

I love the verses, though.

Here's my go at it...

Life is full of needles, Vera says,
Some dull and some very sharp.
Learning to deal well with each of them,
That truly is an art!

Second verse, worse than the first.

Life is our knitted piece, Vera says,
And though this world we travel.
We all must find a way to do it right,
Lest we unravel.

Gee, I better go to bed.

Barbara Sylvia

Several people I know of a certain age have been able to resume needlework when equiped with very good light (like an OTT light or one the many imitations now available). You need something like twice as much light when you are 50 as you did at 20. As a retired teacher I try to approach each day as a day off.

ann

Life is not a swatch,
A tiny little test.
Who cares if it fits or not
Go out and do your best!

Sandra

I know what you mean, I am such a magazine addict too! I just got the new FCEK, I havent seen the new Knit 'N Style in stores yet...hmmmm

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