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Re: Introduce Yourself

Hi, my name is Gayle, this summer I was looking for books on CD to listen to on my long drive to work <I drive an hour each way>. My sister suggested The shop on Blossom St. I loved it! She knew I was looking for something uplifting, not something that would ruin my day listening to on the way to work. I have already listened to A Good Yarn now and of course will be getting Back on Blossom St this week! I do not knit but my oldest sister had a Sewing shop a few years back so I can relate a bit to the Yarn Shop! I learned to sew just a bit there but really it was the company the store kept that had people coming back.    NOW for some reason I am getting this URGE to learn to knit....LOL How ya think THAT happened?
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