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Whatever happens to strike my fancy, but surely some sort of fiber content.

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So glad you had a wonderful time. I'm so excited to find out from Jenn that there is a fiber fest close by that she'll be at in July. Can't wait to read your account of the weekend.

I too can't believe it's nearly Thanksgiving. My mind is still in early October. We're heading to Kansas for Thanksgiving, the longest car trip together for us (6 1/2 hours) since we've been together. It will be tons of fun though, I love car trips.

By Blogger erica, at 4:45 PM  

Dear Bess,
Meeting you was one of the truffle-like treats for the weekend.

But I thought our retreat attendance came with enrollment in the Fiber Purchase Protection Program!

By Anonymous NutmegOwl, at 10:34 AM  

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Thursday, November 16, 2006  

Lawsee! It's just so good to be home. I can't believe how sweet it feels to wander from one room to the next, surrounded by friends and evidence of self as expressed through my physical setting. I think it’s wonderful to have the thrill of a total yarn-&-friend immersion, something I wait for months and months in eager anticipation to experience, and then I get the utter fabulous joy of sinking back into familiar loving home. Sometimes life is almost too good.

Dial-up internet, though, is almost never good. At its best it is excruciatingly endurable. I promise promise promise - my KRRetreat post is coming, along with photos that make it impossibly slow for my fellow DUI users. But others have already posted about the rich melange that is 80 knitters all together with 2 teachers and 3 vendors and somebody else fixing dinner in the kitchen. You can look here, or here, or here. I’ve loaded up about half the photos and written about 2/3rds of the text. I promise to get at least a partial report up sometime today.

And one of these days I’ll get organized/irritated/wealthy enough to upgrade both system and service. Just ... not today. I’d rather knit.

And do you realize that Thanksgiving is 1 week from today? And do you know how many people are coming or how far you are traveling? I am not usually so oblivious to the passage of time. What happened this year? Ah well. The good news is that the county is giving us Wed and Thurs off!! 5 days at home. Sweet, no?

Okay dearies. There will be something of a post this afternoon - avec photos. I’m off to work on The KipFee.

posted by Bess | 7:24 AM
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