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Tuesday, October 18, 2005

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Kellee

I'm so glad you were able to make it to the festival, and it was great to finally meet you. You should know that more than one of us fell hard for the wheels that day. Actually, now that I'm looking through the comments, it seems as though you were able to tempt THREE of us onto the same path. Laurie's probably right about that commission thing. Not so much about the bruises, though. We all know she went willingly, and you have witnesses.

However, first Skylines fleeces and now this...does that make you a fiber siren? an enabler? an insiration? Hmmmmm.....

Anne

Aren't Mary P's fleeces yummy? And have you seen Golding's new looms? I'm not sure why I'm even pointing them out - I can't afford a even bobbin off his spinning wheels, but he does such beautiful work.

Glad you got to see Terry too - albeit briefly. :)

Laura J

Drat, Kim, I missed you by _seconds_! I was encouraging Juno to go ahead and buy that fleece, when I decided more enabling was doing a job on my karma and left... I am glad you had a good time. Maybe I'll meet you next year?

Laura J

Drat, Kim, I missed you by _seconds_! I was encouraging Juno to go ahead and buy that fleece, when I decided more enabling was doing a job on my karma and left... I am glad you had a good time. Maybe I'll meet you next year?

Laura J

Drat, Kim, I missed you by _seconds_! I was encouraging Juno to go ahead and buy that fleece, when I decided more enabling was doing a job on my karma and left... I am glad you had a good time. Maybe I'll meet you next year?

Leslie

I'm so glad you were able to go to Rhinebeck! In the midst of sorrow we need the balance of human joys and friendship. And I'm really glad you were able to accompany your husband to New Jersey; that feels like the place you should have been at such a time.

vi

i was there on saturday, then we go sunday to spin alpaca at the alpaca farm.
a baby cria was born while I was there and I got first pictures!!!!
didja miss me?
chickens and cats, soap and fiber have been keeping me busy
and now we are again redoing the kitchen....
help help help

vi

Laurie

Can you see the bruises? You were too good at what you were doing...friendly, accessible...cooperative...complimentary...Gil should give you a commission. I'll (probably) tell all in another post.

julia fc

Mutual, dear. In every way. smooches.

vanessa

kim, you are a natural teacher :-) i have already succumbed to the wee robin, only 2 more years to wait.....

Lizzy B

Oh Kim, I just got back from being out of town and read about your Father in Law. I am so sorry to read of his passing, but I am very glad you were able to attend the service in his honor. And even gladder that you were able to enjoy Rhinebeck!

I will make an effort to make it there next year!

Kathy

Thank you for the tour of Rhinebeck! Sounds like you had a fantastic Sunday. Those sunflowers in the first picture are just so cheery :)

Tracy

Wouldn't it be wonderful to get together like that everyday? You do realise that you are going to be dreaming about that Socks That Rock yarn don't you? I know I'm thinking about a couple of skeins that took my fancy at AP and decided not to buy...I'm trying very hard not to think about them, honest!

Liz

Sounds like you had such a wonderful time, even though it was short.

Teresa C

Thanks so much for the spinning lesson! You have the magic touch, that is all. It is definitely in the back of my mind to get a wheel and give it a real try.

I'd love to see you get a Golding, but I have to tell ya, I just don't see the rabbit in that wheel. Maybe, aside from being lovely and expensive, those wheels have evil mystical powers that get the viewer to see what they want in the wheel. Sort of like that mirror in Harry Potter?

Cara

It was WONDERFUL to meet you! Thank you so much for the spinning lesson on that beautiful, beautiful wheel. So glad you had a good day.

Nathania

It's our priviledge to call you friend too, Kim. So good to give you a big hug and to watch you so patiently teaching folks to spin.

margene

Hey! I'll be there NEXT YEAR! Even if I have to walk;-)

--Deb

Oh, those Golding wheels are just incredible, aren't they?? Works of art that actually spin--how is that a bad thing??

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