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Old 08-26-2011, 04:15 PM   #1401
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Oh ok. I put a card in Pink Poodle, out of habit.

I just saw that there are some allergic knitters. I have more than my fair share of pets. I probably should be towards the end from now on.

Here is the DC # for Pink Poodle. 0309 3220 0001 5008 2636
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Old 08-26-2011, 08:41 PM   #1402
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Oh ok. I put a card in Pink Poodle, out of habit.
No problem, my friend. It's a good habit. I just decided to change things yesterday.

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I just saw that there are some allergic knitters. I have more than my fair share of pets. I probably should be towards the end from now on.
I'll do my best to keep our snuggles in a good order for our allergy sufferers. *hug*
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Old 08-26-2011, 08:58 PM   #1403
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Thank you bunches and bunches, Sandy. I must admit that the current bout of allergy issues has just about been more than I can handle atm. You're a dream, doll. >:D<

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Old 08-26-2011, 10:17 PM   #1404
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I know how you feel, Tresha! My allergies are INSANE!

Funny thing is, I am a piano teacher, and teach in other people's homes. Most of my students have pets, so I'm exposed to animals almost every day, all week long. But, my students and their parents know that I'm allergic, so they keep their animals in another room. And I take allergy pills and use an inhaler every day. So, I'm working hard to deal with it.

Fridays are my worst day, because my medicine just can't handle one of the houses I go to teach that day. They have SIX CATS! I teach 3 lessons in that same house, so by the end of the lessons, I'm sneezing and scratching my eyes. So, I use my rescue inhaler as soon as possible, and drive home with the windows down.
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Thanks Susan!
Now, we just need ONE MORE KNITTER for Pink Poodle!

Today, I mailed out both of the snuggles I started.
Mountain Hike to sgtpam - 0310-3490-0002-1794-8465
Flower Path to calimama - 0310-3490-0002-1794-8472
Mountain Hike came today. Thanks for the colorful sock yarn!! I love the bright colors.
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Old 08-27-2011, 08:06 AM   #1406
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Oh ok. I put a card in Pink Poodle, out of habit.

I just saw that there are some allergic knitters. I have more than my fair share of pets. I probably should be towards the end from now on.

Here is the DC # for Pink Poodle. 0309 3220 0001 5008 2636
It was waiting for me when I got home from work yesterday. Thanks!
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Old 08-28-2011, 10:39 AM   #1407
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Good! Sorry I forgot to put any goodies in the envelope before I sealed it. I meant to, honest :(
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So, now that we are all getting set up and learning more about each other, let's talk about what kinds of treats we would like to get in the mail.

Some of our knitters will include small, inexpensive treats for the next knitter, just to make it a little more fun. We don't spend a lot of money. Just little things. Like tea bags, or chewing gum, or a skein of yarn.

What kind of treats would the rest of you enjoy?
Here are my favorite surprises:
Knitting Gadgets
Tiny boxes, bags or metal tins, for storing knitting gadgets
Yarn; if it's from someone else's stash, it still counts a stash busting....right?
Knitting magazines or patterns
Tea, Spices, Herbs
Sugar free candies, mints
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Old 08-28-2011, 06:29 PM   #1409
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Here is our current list of snuggles.


Mountain Hike - shandeh, sgtpam, CivicSista, sakura-panda, bugsyblacklab

Mountain Hike is almost ready for CivicSista if you want to p.m her address to me...she's not on my old list
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Old 08-29-2011, 12:31 AM   #1410
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Good! Sorry I forgot to put any goodies in the envelope before I sealed it. I meant to, honest :(
No worries, my friend! We will all have plenty of opportunities to send packages to each other. And there is never a requirement to include gifts. We just sometimes like to do it, for fun.

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Mountain Hike is almost ready for CivicSista if you want to p.m her address to me...she's not on my old list
I am in California this week, visiting my sister. All my addresses are on my computer at home. You can wait until next week, or look for the next knitter in my earlier post here, to see who the next knitter is. Then u could contact them here for their address.
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