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    « The Sled | Main | 25 Ways To Be An Amazing Parent To Your Children »

    January 31, 2009

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    Nicole

    That was a very beautiful and inspiring post!

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    My experience was similar to yours with the Secret Pal thing. I think I sent 4 packages too. Ab Fab is looking good. Are you carrying up the yarns? Wigwam is the absolute worst for weaving in. I suggest just knitting it with the next row.

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    So, speaking of the New Year, I want to make sure that you all know about our upcoming Purljama 2010. On January 15, from 7-12 PM, we'll be relaxing, playing with yarn, talking with friends and generally having more fun that non-knitting muggles would believe!This post above came about by me being a bit inspired and I came to the computer and started typing, within about 20 minutes I'd written the post lol Bring a dish to share - and don't worry, you don't have to share yarn - and get ready to do some serious post-holiday unwinding.

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    Breeze bring my blessing, go take along my greetings to the moon, to send you a trace of wind, a ray of gifts on your children, Fengyue Wubian, Heart of Gold, Happy Mid-Autumn Festival!

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    I am sorry to hear you say so, sir; but I assure you. excepting those little nervous headaches and palpitations, which I am never entirely free from anywhere, I am quite well myself; and if the children were rather pale before they went to bed, it was only because they were a little more tired than usual, from their journey and the happiness of coming.

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    Now, I cannot say that I think you are any of you looking well at present.'I hope you will think better of their looks to-morrow; for I assure you Mr. Wingfield told me, that he did not believe he had ever sent us off, altogether, in such good case.

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