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September 30, 2007



I'm so glad to hear your loved one is doing better. Take your time and deal with whatever you need. The knitters will always be here!


Now that is the absolute best news!

I love those socks and those cute, cute pups!


Amen to that, sister. I could stand a little regular and mundane myself! Can't wait to see everyone's mystery socks as mine bit the dust some weeks ago. (I'm a terrible knitter) Pat's looked really great! Sorry about the hospital thing. That can be very trying, I know. Glad the loved one is home now and on the mend. Hugs to you!



Glad things are looking up, and congrats on going to Rhinebeck!


I'm glad your loved one is doing better and I'm SO jealous of your trek to Rhinebeck. I'll make it there some year...


I finished my Coriolis socks and want to try your Mystery Socks! I'm so happy to hear your loved one is home from the hospital. Yay! Have a great time at Rhinebeck!


Hi Maia,
I am glad that your loved one is home . I love your blog, you are sooo talented that these hard times are probably to challenge you and keep you on your toes. Is it working?I have not had free needles to start the mystery socks yet , soon hopefully so that they are still a mystery .


I'm so glad your loved one is home from the hospital. I'm terribly sorry they had to go there in the first place though. Looks like you've been a very busy gal lately. Take a rest or at least do something fun for you soon.

I'm wishing I was going to Rhinebeck...


Glad to read that your loved one is home. I hope you get regular and mundane real soon.


I'm sorry things have been rough lately and I'm happy to read that your loved one is home from the hospital. I'm sending positive energy your way and hopes that life returns to normal soon.
take care!


It's good to hear that your loved one is back home. I hope that they are doing better and that everything is alright. You and your family are in my thoughts. Take care!




More good vibes headed your way! Here's to wishing for a heaping scoop of normal.


Glad to hear someone is home from the hospital.

The knitting looks fantastic, esp. the "doggie bag." LOL

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