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February 17, 2007



I'm Type A too, but imperfection doesn't bother me that much. I set a lot of knitting deadlines for myself, similar to the rest of my life. It seems that I enjoy knitting more when I am making significant progress toward my self-imposed deadlines and love the rush of finishing something on time! Does that make me a product-oriented knitter rather than a process-oriented one (as it sounds like you are?)


I have been reading thru your blog this evening. Found you by reading other blogs. Turning 60 is what my turning 50 was like in 2005. Now I will be 53 at the end of the year and don't mind at all. You are from my brothers generation. What a time period! The part of this post that made me laugh out loud was the "industrial strength" rack in the bra department. I can honestly attest to having to look at that rack too. Never thought I would see the day.
Love all of your posts and the sweaters are beautiful! Take your time. With each stitch I say there is a thought. I have solved so many problems with needles in hand. I've also put my feet back on the earth with my needles in hand. Knitting helps me not take things too seriously.

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