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07/10/2011

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marilyn

just happy you are OK...it must be something to see that monster coming...and you're right, although it makes a mess it isn't anywhere near as bad as the other horrors of late. sweet of you to say so...
Your new blocks are GORgeeouss...love all the colours, t'will be quite the blankie when you're done...makes me want to finish mine...well almost!!!
Have a wonderful week my love...hope the air clears up soon
xx

Allyson

Glad you've weathered the storm.

Oh my...I love the colours of the new blanket. The cream star and edging set it off beautifully. I feel another blanket coming on!!

Enjoy your week :)

karen

Your blanket is so beautiful. I can see why your sister wanted it immediately. Wow, the sand storm video was amazing. Hard to believe that happened, it looks like something out of a movie.

wildflowerwool

Great projects. I really like the sock patterns you have been knitting.

Ruth

As I said before, I was SO glad to receive your email saying you were OK. I've watched a few videos of the haboob and this one is probably the scariest I have seen - in that you can fully appreciate how bad it is. The darkness was very ominous and scary.

I still can't get over how wide the roads are over in the US - they are HUGE!!!! The only roads like that over here are the motorways. Most roads are two lanes only, one lane for each direction of traffic and we drive on the left. When we were over in the US last year it was really strange to be driving on the wrong side of the road and the few European cars we saw stuck out like sore thumbs lol! We drove a Buick and it was awesome - a massive car!! Hubby loved it!!

Love the hexies too BTW!! How are you finding the Andes yarn? It's great isn't it!!?

Maryse

The sand storm is quite impressive... but you are right, it's a lot better than rain. Your new socks look absolutely lovely!

Dawn

Phew, Andi! I can't imagine having to go through that!

But, love, LoVe, LOVE the grannies! The colors of the KnitPicks Wool of the Andes is so vibrant!

(....yes, I do hate you that your sock is so dang beautiful & lovely & gorgeous & squishy &....okay. Stop it!)

Linda

Andi, I am so loving your July socks; the dragon fly pattern is such fun - and the Kelly Girl yarn is downright delicious! I must have a pair for myself!!

I used to live in Scottsdale (and before that, in Lake Havasu) and saw quite a few spectacles of nature. But never did I see a store quite like this. Hope you'll recover from the event and its aftermath very soon.

cauchy09

whoa, great hexagons! and i love the scalloped edging on your blanket.

you'll never be chilly again!

ktmade

Love the hexagon blanket! I made one for my mom for Christmas last year, and she still fawns all over it! :)

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    This I Know: Notes on Unraveling the Heart
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