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04/26/2006

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Laura

That yarn will make a darling baby sweater. I'm not even retired and all of you truisms are true for me. Oh no. What will happen when I do retire? Nothing? heh

Vera

I do the same things your'e doing, and I'm not retired yet.

The sweater is adorable; it will look great with that yarn, and the bag is looking good.

Teresa

The baby sweater will be perfect. Besides it's been a week or two since you made something for the baby!

Tam

Those cables really "pop"! Great work!

tracy

The wise knitter knows when to cut and run. Hand-dyed/variegated yarns can be so fussy.

Lorette

That will make a great baby sweater. I agree with the "cut and run" comment. Knitting is supposed to be fun.
And my retired husband always says that he has no idea how he had time for work before. All the other activities that he does now just consume his day, and before he knows it, it's time for bed again.

Dorothy

My husband recently retired and he got a kick out of the fine print details - he agrees wholeheartedly! Love the baby sweater. I consider myself a SK and I'm NEVER afraid to frog when I don't feel the love the anymore. In fact, I think that is the mark of a SK - it's still gotta be fun.

Laurie

I have this sinking feeling that the fine print details will be the subtext of all our retired lives. It's important to keep it in perspective, keep the expectations realistic.

I like the baby sweater. It's the kind of sweater that no yarn will ruin.

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