Hi Susan, your blog is great, very amusing! I'm sorry to hear about your black eye, hope it clears up soon. Thanks for your wonderful words on knit-a-square it's so good to have such fabulous advocates. Chat soon, Kalai.
Hi Susan - what happens to time - it is already Saturday and I meant to message you promptly after Wednesday. What a fantastic success it was and thank you for your valuable assistance in getting the day set-up. We were honestly overwhelmed when we walked in and saw all those heads down knitting and crocheting. 111 squares to be posted this coming week from P'sPP's and many others.
yes Sandy the relevant post is:
and the one from last month is at:
Hello Susan - I will go there right now. By the way here's Tim's response. What a nice guy.
Sorry for the lag in replying. I've been out of reach for a couple of days. Please let your other member know they can use the poem, and of course you can too. This whole thing is about an appalling epidemic with big consequences; and about the handful of people like you with the courage to tackle it head on. It sure ain't about me!
Hi Susan - it was wonderful to meet you too. What a day! 111 squares no less and now more from you. What a super group you are - and some wonderful knitters and crocheters too. I have a lot to learn. Zanny and I both want to do the beginners crocheting course.
Thank you very much Susan too for the work you did both to help organise it, publicise it and also sort out the donations. We really appreciate that so much. Busily packing every thing up now, ready to send.
I look forward to seeing you again as I would love to visit the princesses group again. What a great day, we drove home feeling very happy indeed.
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