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March 23, 2006

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Sheri

Here's hoping you have a "perfect" day of knitting, crocheting and eating the leftover corned beef and cabbage for lunch! Tastes really good the next day. :o)
Sheri

Kim

Love seeing all your projects. Beautiful stuff.

I agree with you re: the new Doctor Who. Still cool, but the special effects are better.

Leisel

I watched Dr. Who last week, too. It's a little cheesy with a good dose of stuff that doesn't make sense, even given futuristic technologies (for instance, even if the alien entity was able to animate the already existing plastic dummies, they wouldn't have guns embedded in their hands), but I enjoyed it. It's a fun show.

Chris

Oh, hope you have another lovely day! I really like the cables and lace. :)

Jenn

Cables and Lace is so pretty! Yes, I just discovered that I don't have a basic black cardi either - something I hope to rectify with some CE! :)

Kristen

Nothing so rare as one of those perfect days! Wow, cables and lace is beautiful.

Bron

Thanks for all the "perfect day" wishes - it didn't quite live up to yesterday, but it was darn close. No knitting today, though, I'll have to rectify that tonight! hehe

Thanks also for the Cables & Lace compliments - I really need to finish that thing so I can enjoy it!

Mary-Kay

Oh man Bron,
I can't keep up with your knitting! You really are fast. I've just started my first ever cabling and I LOVE doing it! Gotta pay attention though. Being new, I need to still go slow and READ that chart. Ok friend, I'm off to cable.... Beautiful work.

Nancy

I meant to blog about Dr. Who last week to make everyone who was into Sci-Fi watch. We downloaded the show every Saturday when it was airing in the UK so I've seen them all and believe me it gets better each and every week.

Nancy

Oops I forgot, my favorite is the third doctor but Jaimie and Zoe are my favorite companions, with Ace coming in a close second.

nat

here's hoping you enjoy more of those days in the future, and soon! dont you wish you could just bottle it?

nat

that feeling, I meant to say!
;V)

Bron

Cool, Nancy! I'm glad to hear we're onto a good show while Stargate takes a break. :)

Yes, Nat - I DO wish I could bottle it. We're not given many of those types of days. :)

Sharon

Having just embarked on my first cabling adventure, I'm absolutely mesmerized by your Cables and Lace. Simply beautiful, Bron.

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