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July 11, 2014

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Gillian McM

I'm SO touched by what your boys did for one another. I wonder where they learned all that love and sharing? At their mother's knee, I'm sure. It's the dead give-away that you're doing something right. Happy for you, and wishing you speeeedy recovery.

Michelle

Oh my I love the Yarndale knit - its wonderful and you have chosen the colours well. I am so excited to be visiting this year. Glad you are feeling brighter but please remember to take time for yourself x

Adaliza

Glad you're getting back on track. Lovely colours in your Yarndale hooky banner. I wish I'd got a stall but maybe next year. Hope your pumpkins soon appear - maybe big seeds take a bit longer. Have a lovely sunny weekend.

Winwick Mum

Only eleven weeks till Yarndale! It's tempting to work like crazy to try to get it all done, but do try to pause for breath when you can! Glad you're feeling better, those early nights must have done the trick xx

Joy

Bless those lovely boys. Such small things giving so much pleasure is lovely. Feel 100% better soon xx lots of love Joy Xx

Elsie

I think all that color in your life helps you to get well faster, Enjoy

One Earlybird

Your post is so cheery I wouldn't have guessed you were feeling off, hope you're feeling your normal bubbly self soon.
Can't wait to see the results of your Yarn Bomb plan. Being from GB you might not have heard about the yarn bomb of a submarine that is a tourist attraction in a town about an hours drive where I live. I haven't had a chance to see it but here's a link to the FB page. https://www.facebook.com/holbrookyellowsubmarine

Angel Jem

Looking forward to Yarndale; hope you are 100% soon and enjoy the summer break as much as possible!

Anne

Good to hear you are feeling a bit better!

I had waffles like little B had for his ice when i was a kid. Man, i miss them! They are the best but you don't get them anymore here in Germany!

Take care, Anne
http://crochetbetweentwoworlds.blogspot.de

Claire Coffey

glad you are feeling better and taking it gently, i have had all three of my family members down with a bug this week so I've been the last woman standing. craft time has been non-existent as I've been running around with the Dettol all week! hope your recovery continues, and there are many more such sweet moments to cheer you along the way, Claire xx

Shelley

Loving the Yarndale letters and the background, fantastic, so looking forward to Yarndale, we're counting down the days, flights tickets and all booked ready to go!!!!!

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