Thursday, June 19, 2008


If you read this, if your eyes are passing over this right now, even if we don't speak often, please post a comment with a memory of you and me. It can be anything you want -- good or bad. When you're finished, post this little paragraph on your blog and be surprised (or mortified) about what people remember about you.


Bonnie O. said...

How cool!

I remember you were assigned as my partner in the Tote Exchange and I perused your blog to find out more about you so I could create something you would enjoy. It was heart-warming to find out that you are someone who is utterly, entirely devoted to her family and I have subsequently found they are to you as well (rightfully so!)

Linda said...

Recently, Alexander told me that he would like to play with a camper; he saw one advertised in a catalog. I mentioned to him that I had a wonderful Barbie's country camper when I was a child. Yes, it has been waiting in its original box in our storage closet for just such a moment; I kept it along with my Barbies, her wardrobe, and all her accessories for all of these years. As I went through the boxes with him, I came across a little blue knit sweater with pink trim and a little multicolored poncho with white fringe...both in perfect condition. These were the Barbie doll versions of what was easily my favorite sweater as a with pink trim and little pink heart buttons and what was at the time a really cool poncho. (Then there were the beaded necklaces, the spanish dancer doll, and the black lacquer musical jewelry box from Japan, but I digress...I still have those as well!) Special presents like these arrived at our door step from exciting, far off places; how fortunate I was to have such a thoughtful Aunt who took the time to make wonderful, handmade presents for me. Thank you Aunt Jane; the tiny sweater and poncho are on there way to you!! Linda

Aunt Kathy said...

Well I have pondered over this since I first read it and well since we are new friends I have to say I am looking forward to making new memories with you.

I do however have the recent memory of you welcoming me into the WhoDuKnit group from day one and I instantly knew we were to be friends.

Unknown said...


One Skein swap went to a friendship which went to Whoduknit to a better friendship.

Thanks for all you do!

Mary Lynn

Chris said...

You invited me to join your mystery readers group--was that the whoduknit group? That was really sweet--though time constraints prohibited me from joining. And I love reading your blog.

Joyce said...

You've welcomed me to the WhoDuKnit group with open arms, and always had a kind word to say and always emailed back promptly (a good example I'm trying to follow better!). I hope to meet you in person one day. Knitting friends are the best!