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09/20/2004

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Chris

How do you get your projects to finish their reports? Mine just stare at me and make excuses for their tardiness!
Wow, are you like famous now? A sample on show at Threadbear??? Can I,like, have your autograph?

Karen

You're so funny. I know I'm guaranteed to smile when I read your blog. Not to mention awed at your work. Congrats on the poncho on show at Threadbear! :)

Margene

Look at all the new knitting (and the old stuff looks fab, too!)
Good luck with the MK program.
The pic of you in your leather is...priceless!

amy

Congrats on starting the MK course. That's cool. All the knitting in progress is inspiring. I've made some "splash" scarves, too. Quick to work with; fun to wear. Your mom will love it. So, a car trip to Louisville. How far of a drive is that? (I'm from around there though I live in SF now. So, knowing, will give me a sense of _just_ how far away ThreadBear is!)

amy

Me again - I forgot to say... "An hour and a half per row. Yikes!"

Judy

I love your method of presenting your works in progress. I sometimes think I have more works in progress than finished projects, but occasionally I do actually get something finished, and the scarves I've made lately seem to be hugely rewarding since they don't tie up too much time.

As for the babes on bikes, I think maybe we get younger after we turn 50 than we were before -- in the last few years I've ridden a horse, a 4-wheeler, and the water rides at Dollywood, all of which I wouldn't have considered when I was younger! Either we mellow with age, or we get more stupid!

Bron

Thanks for the progress report! I enjoyed seeing (and hearing) all the different projects - you're a hoot & a half. hehehe Good luck with MK!

Jane

My head spins at the beauty of all your new projects. And,hey, thanks for adding me to your "shout out!"

Susan

I'm always relieved when I see someone with more WIPs than me. Of course, it just gives me an excuse to start more since I see nothing wrong with having lots of projects to work on. You're lucky, though. My WIPs won't even talk to me because they're all feeling neglected. I've been keeping them in separate rooms just so they don't get any ideas of a mutiny.

ann

I loved your roll call -- must be the teacher lurking inside you (either that or the drill sarg!). How do you manage so many works in progress? I think I would be overwhelmed and cranky!

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