admin | May 11th,2012 | Uncategorized | 4 comments
Shownotes to post later.
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I kept checking in for a new post and was wondering what was up. Bugger about the job but might be the best thing that ever happened to you. Just get on with this new phase in your life.
I have enjoyed your videoposts and have caught up on a lot of back episodes.
I have just cast on my first socks. I am an experienced knitter but have never knitted socks. To tell you the truth I was scared because I might become crazy sock knitting lady.
We are off to Boulder for a holiday in June (we are fom New Zealand) in fact college daughter is in the air right now as I type on her way from Georgia home for a couple of weeks then back to the states and hopefully a holiday job. I am arranging spinning classes for her and I while we are in Boulder. Seems weird to be from the country of a lot of sheep to learn in the US.
I look forward to further updates as crazy sock knitting lady I am sure I will need more yarn for the stash and I will soon have to enlarge the stash of roving.
Good luck with all the work needed to prepare for the summer shows.
You are an amazing woman that will be missed by students who have you and have not. Keep listening to your hubby and friends and you will always have success. Happy thoughts sent your way.
I wish I could just give you the biggest hug in the world. I cried at the beginning of your podcast…
Been there, burned that out. I was teaching HS English at a private school when my contract wasn’t renewed, and I had had enough. I LOVED the kids, hated the politics, and decided I had to get out. It was a killing decision, but one for the better, for me. I know your journey will be even better than mine.
I hope your business does indeed flourish! As soon as I can get my hands on some of your yarn or fiber, I’ll be taking it to my LYSs and showing it around. Both are very Indie-Friendly.
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