6 Responses to “on needles: intentions”

  1. steph says:

    So glad you took the plunge and got that in-between time table…..if we always waited for the ‘perfect’ whatever—would be ever get/do anything???? busy needles clicking in your world….(love that blue!!!!!!!)

  2. It’s been a long time since I stopped by, and I’m so glad I did… Happy belated Christmas!

  3. I wonder just HOW big that table must be that you got! My hubby and I are just the two of us and we have one that fits 8 comfortably. On the weekend we finally had a bunch of friends gather around it again after a long time, and we ended up being 9. I thoroughly enjoyed the noise and excitement around the table, it must be like that for you every day :)

  4. angie says:

    oh my, Molly would die over that yarn! I knit her a fun tardis hat for xmas this year, she wears it all the time.

  5. karen says:

    such a pretty blue I think it matches the blue I used on the last shawl I just finished. So cheerful. So glad you are back to your blog, we’ve missed you!

  6. nsightful thoughts here. Are you certain this is the best way to look at it though? My experience is that we should pretty much live and let live because what one person thinks just another person simply doesnt. People are going to do what they want to do. In the end, they always do. The most we can yearn for is to highlight a few things here and there that hopefully, allows them to make just a little better informed decision. Otherwise, great post. Youre definitely making me think! Barry

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