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07/19/2004

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Karen

I love comments as well, and I'm thankful that you've dropped by on occasion to say hi. So I'm saying hi back. :)

Jaimi

*waves* I'm out here too! My knitblog is so new, I don't get many comments yet, but I'm looking forward to it!

Brenda

Thanks for answering my plea for comments!
I too am trying to resist the lure to spin. Will we be successful? Stay tuned, I guess!

jillz

Oh, don't try to ignore the yearning to spin! It's like trying to ignore chocolate. It just doesn't work!

I'm already trying to figure out when I can buy my first wheel. I took my first spinning class about 1 month ago and I'm hooked!

monica

You always make my day when you post or leave a comment!

Lisa

Thank you so much for writing about the secret pal signup! I'm dying to do a knitting related secret pal swap :)

Vicki

I'm here to do my part to make your day... Your blog is always enjoyable and a pleasure to read!

Rossana

Hi, Sharon! Your projects sound so well-thought out! Wow! Can't wait to see pics of the FOs. And thanks for giving me a shout out in my guestbook a while back. =)

Sonja

I agree that comments are the icing on the cake (and I always enjoy receiving yours). However, I do find that I'm a happier and more satisfied blogger if I regard creating and sharing my entry as the reward in and of itself.

Margene

Yes, comments make my day, too. It's always nice to be acknowledged. Your blog is always a great read. Good luck with the knitting!

Norma

Me too me too! And thanks so much for mentioning me and my contest in your blog! It has sent a few peepers my way. Cool. That's another plus about blogging -- it's the networking of the new millennium.

alison

I'm out here, Sharon -- hellooooo! :)

amy

Hey, let's hear it for comments! You actually are the ultimate role model when it comes to comments, Sharon. You not only leave them, but you respond to those you get. Wow. Hard to live up to. I do admit I'm guilty of reading blogs and often thinking that I should leave a comment but failing to do so in the end. I must try to be better about it.

Kerstin

I have a skeinwinder that sits in the corner of my room. I often wonder what the hell I was thinking when I bought it. Not enough time to spin. Don't start, Sharon! (Actually, it's a lot of fun and very different from knitting.)

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