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Thursday, July 21, 2016

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Elizabeth Waggoner

A good way to spend lunch. 9 times out of 10 my thirty minutes is spent at me desk, which means I'm still answering the phone or doing something, tho I try not to. I just love Simon and Garfunkle! I also grew up with them, so I know what you mean about the memories attached.

Vicki

I recently bought the Marklee pattern, I first saw it on your website. I think the color is Simply Plum in the photo shown, simply beautiful. I'll be purchasing Airy for it soon, but am curious, what was the most challenging part of the Marklee sweater? thank you

Patty

I try to get out and knit on occasion too...it should be more often! Maybe I'll see you at the concert on August 11 :-)

Jo

You certainly make the most of a measly half hour!

Kym

Oh, Kim! That is a beautiful swatch! I really like that pattern, and can't wait to see how your sweater turns out. You are so wise to "unplug" and get some personal time during your busy workday. I'm sure it helps keep you going during your afternoon.

Enjoy the summer weekend! XO

margene

I also have only 30 minutes for lunch, but I drive to the park, find a shady place to park and listen to my iPod and watch people play in the park. It's so relaxing and I'm not staring at a computer. I love free music! SLC has something, somewhere every night all summer long.

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