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05/24/2004

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ann

You are now going to be my official photographer! Even the one from behind -- how you took a pic without my arse looking a mile wide is one of life's great mysteries!

Nancy

What a lovely compliment, thank you. You are very comfortable to be with as well. I had a wonderful time. Thanks for pulling us all together. We should definately do it again on your next visit.

I was telling my mother the story of our visit and mentioned the gentleman who took our picture. Turns out she has listened to his show in the past and even called in! Small world.

Sandra

OK I am so jealous I could just scream! You are in Manhattan and with your knitting buddies and visiting cool yarn shops--what a charmed life::::sigh:::

monica

Sounds like great fun, I wish I could have been there! Your son is so lucky to have such a great Mom to have been able to provide opportunities for him to travel.

Brenda

Add me to the jealous list! Sounds like a wonderful time with knitting buds though. Good looking son you have, what will he be doing in Africa? I think you have mentioned it before, but I don't recall what it was.

k8et

looks like you had a lot of fun!!! sorry i couldn't make it! (although if you brought your son i may have shown up... how old is he? is he single? when will he be back on this continent? darn.)

glad you had fun!

katie

Vera

What I weekend you had. Thanks for "introducing" us to some of our fellow bloggers. I have so much fun just meeting other Charleston area knitters at Barnes and Noble every week. What a kick going to NYC.

Of course, you have to show us your yarn!!!

You must be so proud of your son although I know you miss him too. I would like visit to Antarctica some day.

Joanne

Yoo-hoo! New bloggers out here on Long Island. Joanne (smithtown) and Melissa (Setauket). www.webheads.blog-city.com

Hope we can meet up with you all someday. Right now, we try to meet on Tuesday evnings while my son toots his clarinet at his teacher's house, nearby the Starbucks that is in Melissa's neighborhood....but we are lookin for other knitters to hang out with.

Melanie

It may not even be a blink of an eye before children want to go around the world. The other day, my four-year-old nephew, Robbie, saw me eating Chinese food, and asked about it. With the help of several questions from Robbie, I explained that this was food like they serve in China, a large country on the other side of the world. His next question was, "Can I go there?"

Sarah

Hi Sharon. I just joined the Six Sox Knitalong and saw that you recently joined too. How exciting. I'm the girl who left you a comment about how I saw you in Woven Art on Mother's Day. It's funny - I looked at the knitalong posts and randomly chose yours to use as a template for what to say when introducing yourself. And then I said, "hey, I know who that is!". Glad to see some strong Lansing, MI representation in the sock realm.
-Sarah (a.k.a. "knitcouturier")

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