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It was a lovely day!

I'm so glad I got to come and see your knitterly neck of the woods, and hope to come again.

I think your little knitting corner would be a nice place to spend a rainy afternoon one day with some friends. I'll have to keep that in mind ...

Thanks for your hospitality!

BTW...Go Rivercats!


Elizabeth Risch

We had a wonderful time, Lisa, and hope to come up again sometime to hang out and knit in your studio. What an inspirational place! Thanks again for your hospitality and fabulous yarn.


I'm so glad you blog - I wouldn't know half the stuff you do if you didn't. And I absolutely must know everything (almost) that you do. :-)


By the way, in light of your deer visitor earlier today...

"Deer medicine teaches us to use the power of gentleness to touch the hearts and minds of wounded beings who are trying to keep us at bay. Deer has the gentleness of spirit that heals all wounds. Deer does not push to get others to change, Deer loves them as they are. Deer folks apply gentleness to a situation and become like the summer breeze: warm and caring."

Lisa Souza

Wow, Tom. Thank you for that. It was an incredibly moving few minutes, to connect with the extra beautiful doe. She wasn't afraid of me and allowed me to admire her all the while that I was yammering with you. Last year it was the bear. It is not as though I have not seen deer here but this was a particularly special moment. Thanks for picking up on it...mybruthah.

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