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Old 10-21-2013, 09:51 AM   #21
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I have taken my knitting everywhere but as previously mentioned, an MRI. But, I did take it with me to the appointment, lol. I took my knitting to my cousin's funeral, he was 9 days younger than me, and he loved me knitting, he said it was so serene and seemed as if I were a world away, but still right there, so when he died, I just felt like I wanted to be a world away, where he was, but still here. I do take my knitting into the bathtub, since there are times I must spend hours in the tub, due to pain, and have only once dropped it, had the hubby hit it with the blow dryer, and walla, good to go again.
I made an airplane out of stone, I always did like staying at home- Silverstein
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Old 10-25-2013, 12:42 AM   #22
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Jury duty...only because it wasn't permitted. Crochet was though, so I brought that.

I have two little kids so it's pointless to craft out and about right now.
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