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06/13/2006

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Vera

Beautiful bag and socks.

Keep us posted about your brother.

Dani

TO start with, Im sorry your brother is facing the ups and downs. Continue to hang on to your attitude though of seeing it as 2 forward, 1 back, because that my friend is still progress *s* It may not be as fast as anyone woudl like but it is etter than digression.

As for the knitting - Im with you on the kitchener - it doesn't bother me in the least (i would rather kitchener for days on end rather than seam 1 sweater!!). The Aran bag? May I claim the NEXT one? ;-) they are LOVELY and the lining is wonderful - I really must get my hands on a sewing machine (and some lessons LOL) And the worsted Araucania - do you have any felting projects? Possibly a project where double stranding would work? Or maybe someone would be willing to make a trade with you? Just some thoughts *s*

Keeping you all in my thoughts....

Kathleen

Hang in there...Hugs.

blogdog

Hope Mark will improve and win this case! The poor guy certainly has been battling. I'm sending good thoughts his way and hope he heals soon.

I agree with you about the Kitchener stitch. I never really saw what the big deal was. Of course, I had to be shown how to do it before I ever caught on in the first place; I was just unable to figure it out from printed instructions, even with pictures. Maybe that's why other folks feel it's difficult.

Norma

The bag is just wonderful.

I'll be thinking of your brother and you.

M-H

This is so hard... thinking of you. Hang in there.

Jane

Beautiful projects. Thinking of you and your brother. Take care of yourself.

Laurie

You have hit upon a view of life that pretty well correlates with what we see in the medical field. There are obvious ways to f*** it up: smoke, drink too much, abuse drugs, etc. And even NOT doing that, things happen. The only defense is to live clean, hope, and be careful. Genes are an uncontrollable part of the destiny, and bad luck figures in, like with your brother. Living life fully is SO accurate, because things can change in an instant (witness poor Mr. E, who will recover, but has had his normal life taken from him for months and months, and may be left with sequelae). I see people with breast cancer, melanoma, colon cancer, lung cancer, who all felt normal last month, and thought that they had all of life ahead of them.

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