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09/11/2005

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Mary Beth

Great post! So glad you are loving what you do.

stephanie

I recognize me in your post. It's why I won't take up spinning or dyeing for some time. Of course, my not taking up spinning does not preclude from trying to talk the husband into it.

I always tell people: Do what you love. It's fine to have a job, as long as you also have your Work.

Chris

HI, my name is Chris, and I'm, uh, a project junkie. I entered this 12 step program to try and work my way through my addiction. So they serve home made ice cream at the meetings? Oh wait, that's the other addiction I have. Cuisinart Counter Top Ice Cream Maker, my downfall.

Kristen

I hadn't thought about it like that, but you're right! I'm glad you are having a good time doing what you're doing...that's what keeps life fun I think. (I sometimes wonder though if I didn't bite off too much to chew but that's for me to think about another day. So far, so good, and that's all that matters!)

ck

I don't know about project addict but my obsessive interests do tend to come and go :)

Jessica

Who us? Knitters? Project addicts? I can't imagine what you could be talking about?! ;) I definitely see me in your post too. I'm definitely one to throw myself into something but I'm also one to easily get bored and end up doing something else.

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