Just talking about knitting and life.
Ooooo...and lots of lobster (pronounced lob-stah)
Oh, we'll miss you!But it's a lovely town (albeit cold). More use for warm knitwear.
Congrats to Rich! I'll be sorry to have you moe so far away, but you WILL continue to blog, won't you?
Boston, wow!! That will be a fun adventure. And you'll get to wear your Bohus a LOT!
Yay! A landing pad! Does it feel any different just knowing, at least?My family is all from the Boston area and I'm going to visit in April, and possibly again this summer or next. It's a great place :-)
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Ohmygod. RICKEE!!!!!!!! Don't tell your mom but I am going to steal you so that you can come live with Grandma. Your mom and dad will never know.
Nooooooooo...I mean grrrrrreat, BUT...nooooooooooo.Good sweatertown, though. That's something.
It is a good sweater town, that's true. And hat and mitten and glove and scarf. And it is charming.Best of luck. And remember: don't pahk your cah in Hahvahd Yahd. There's no pahking.
when did you become a grandma?????we'll miss you. we need to have another knitter going away party....shall we celebrate with margaritas?
Congrats!!! Boston is AMAZING. I think you will love it there! Even the accents become quite charming after a while. I may be in your neck of the woods in the not-so-near future (Providence, RI). When is the big move?
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