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09/28/2004

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monica

It's not like you didn't attempt to stick to the Plan so you weren't completely off the mark. And you can't get Kureyon at Threadbear so you have to get it when you can. I completely understand.

Sarah

So I don't have to bring Janet Szabo's book to the next Master Knitters meeting?

(and welcome home, by the way!)

Trish

Did you watch Judging Amy? It's the top of my "Must See TV" list. I LOVE THAT SHOW! Tonight's episode did not disappoint. Intense, as always, and I am SO happy Vincent is back. I have a major crush on him :-)

Bron

Best laid plans, eh Sharon? Enjoyable entry as always - and I think you got quite a bit done considering the circumstances!

How do you like Curves? One just opened near me and I'm considering....

Mary Beth

Well knitting is always like that for me too. I just jump from thing to thing. What ends up happening is often not what I expected!

Larry

This all seems normal to me. I'm almost always distracted by some new something so that I rarely actually follow my plan. Even when I plan to. So you had a good time anyway. What was the problem with the M1 increases? I had a similar disaster recently and still haven't taken care of it.

chey

Ahh, So it's not just me. I've started 4 different projects in the last 4 weeks. Ripped them all apart at least once and started again. Since knitting is new for me I'm often wandering upon an new stitch or pattern that I decide I like better. . .and so, off we frog again. But since I am new to this nothing looks exactly right. So off we frog again. I'll get someting done someday.

Margene

Yes, flexibility is the name of the game. You're at least good natured about each fiasco!

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