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    « A Quick Catch-Up | Main | Two Posts in Two Days -- The Beginning of a Trend? »

    Wednesday, October 19, 2011


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    gale (she shoots sheep shots)

    So great to see you Norma last weekend!
    FYI for Norma readers & fans: Kay is standing in front of the Fussy Cuts blanket that she & Ann designed for the book Craft Activism- the pattern is in the same section as Norma's profile.
    Now you have TWO great reasons to go buy the book. You're welcome. :-)


    Good to know things are going well! Fun with the eyes! Congrats on all the letters after your name! The pic of HRH is great, eye issues and all! :)


    I'm so sorry I missed you on Saturday, but am glad to hear you're doing well!


    Houndstooth dog coat, groan. So punny! Hahahaha


    Wow, you have been busy! You are the first knit blogger that has mentioned doing anything in the town of Rhinebeck. I'm guessing it wasn't nearly as busy/crowded as the fairgrounds. The buttons you chose are lovely & I look forward to the day that you get to knit a sweater for them to live on.


    I've always wondered about that restaurant Terrapin, glad you enjoyed it. And yes, the shops in the town of Rhinebeck are wonderful. Was the new Everready open yet? When Dale and I were there last April they said it would be opening soon.

    Lois Budnitsky

    Glad to hear from you and to read that you are quite busy. You used to be the first blog I read every day so when you didn't write I wonder why. Rhinebeck sounds like a fun place and especially with such great friends. Looking forward to that new knit with those lovely buttons.


    It's good to hear your "voice" again. And, I'm glad you haven't had any other little surprises on the health front. Oh, and thanks for the Mr. J fix, too!


    Hi Norma!!! Glad to see you're doing well.


    Well, Norma, why didn't you find world peace and cure cancer while you were at it! Wild woman, I reckon! Sorry for your troubles, glad for your joys. Have really missed you, as I know others have as well. Nothing like starting a day avec Norma. Hope to hear from you again soon.


    Shopping in Rhinebeck would make the trip totally fun and no so woolcentric. I LOVE the buttons! What a cool find. So relieved you're feeling better. They better get to the bottom of what's up.


    Awww, no fair! You're just another person to add to the list of people I didn't get to meet at Rhinebeck. You've been very busy - congrats on all the extra letters after your name.


    All those letters -- impressive! Pretty soon you'll be "the standard" against which all CART providers are measured.

    I think that houndstooth coat will be just perfect for Mr. J and yes, I do appreciate the pun.

    Stay well, I will continue to look for your postings on facebook -- at least I know you're alive that way.


    Hi Norma,
    Good to 'hear' from you again! Thanks for the pictures from Rhinebeck & your yarn purchases. Love the 'hound tooth' (too funny)sweater kit for Mr. J-he's sure one styling young man!

    Seanna Lea

    I'm not very old, but I completely understand about the strangeness of having extra doctor's appointments. I am as far as anyone can tell completely healthy, but I am having a ton of doctor's appointments. Gah!


    Hi Norma!!
    so very nice to see the update from you. I've missed hearing about how you are (glad your heart is doing better) and seeing pictures of his highness. and congrats on passing all those certification tests!! woo-hoo-- way to go!


    I think I love the color of that yarn. What are you making with it?


    - So glad you're doing well.

    - Beautiful buttons!

    - I'm surprised I didn't see you at Rhinebeck OR the VT sheep and wool festival.

    - Ok, not really surprised I missed you at Rhinebeck, that place is huge.


    So glad to hear the cardiac tests came out OK, and congratulations on the CART tests. I think letters can make for higher wages. Mr. Jeffries will be adorable in the houndstooth. Is it the maroon and green?


    Yeah but did you eat at the diner? ;^)


    Great update. Sounds like you've been having a great time while Not Blogging (well, except for heart thing. . .). And that little coat for Mr. J will be so very adorable!


    Did you show Mr J the coat kit, or is it going to be a surprise?
    Congrats on all the good stuff, from CART to cardio.


    Is knitting for Mr Jeffries sort of like knitting for infants? :)

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