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Nancy J

Blessings and chocolate and caffeine and hugs to you! There is some very nice talk going on the lists about your Sock! yarn.

Jan Clark

Sending white Light, strong of soft, as you need it, Lisa.


Blessings to you and yours, and thank you for including us in on what's going on. I love that you're putting music on to create by as you go; me too! Your Joseph's Coat Sock! Merino helped sustain me through a rough day here, too, yesterday; not just the yarn itself, but the deep pleasure at taking something that had become beautiful in your hands, shaping it in mine, and looking forward to gifting my little sister with it to bless her, too. Celebrate the colors, pass them on. Love made tangible. To life!

Sheila E

I had such a great time with you and Rod and the Fam this past weekend. You two took such good care of me I felt like I was in the family that I never had!!! Anyone who gets the opportunity to come and visit with you WILL NOT BE SORRY! I know that I have said thanks in person, but I wanted to let everyone know how wonderful you both are and how happy I am to be considered your friend.
I'm glad to be home....but...I miss you!!
Love and Hugs


There really is no good way to leave. The rite of passage happens, it's the way it has to be. The love of family and friends is what makes the difference, and fills the gaps left behind.


I don't know what to say other than I will be thinking of you and yours.
You will need to come off the emotional roller coaster somehow and take a breather every once in a while. For yourselves and those who are counting on you.
Hang in there:-) It has to slow down eventually,doesn't it?

Lisa S

Thanks, you guys. This latest turn of events is taking its toll. Rod is gaining strentgth and I am still reeling from the day. Man, if something could make a person want to drown their sorrows, this is it.


you are very lucky to have such a wonderful mate in rod, and the same goes for him! don't forget to take care of yourself, and give the schnitzefritz a kiss for me :-)


Hang in there Lisa. Wish you were coming here next week.


Hugs!! And hugs again. It's a tough time. I watched my Dad slip into the awfulness of Alzheimer's and yes, those lucid moments are tough. I'm glad you have a good mate and you two can draw strength and comfort from each other through this time.


Wow, what an emotional rollercoaster. I wish you and Rod peace as you help your MIL through this transition time, and a lot of restorative cuddling with Snicklefritz. Thinking of you.

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