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Carole

You do write just like you talk and it's why I love reading what you write. I know what you mean about Ravelry and looking for notes and info on a pattern. I hate it when people don't include any notes at all. Not that I often do but, well, whateverrrr.

Martha

That pattern would make a cute tea pot cozy.

Laurie

But that's how memory works. The imagination fills in the blank spots. And then you can't figure out what was real and what wasn't. Your brain tells you it was all real. And you are supposed to just believe that. (Everyone else does.)

Am liking your stream of consciousness writing. Keep going.

Cookie

Love it! Love you! Love that you've returned to us for a while.

I have the same issues with regarding projects, memory and sharing. Someone messaged me with a question about a project on Ravelry the other day and I had NO IDEA what they were talking about. Once they're done, they are dead to me. That's my story and I'm sticking with it.

margene

I saw 'teapot'! But, it's totally cute as a kids hat. Count me guilty of little to no information on my Rav projects. If modifications are made I'll usually make note, but often say nothing. However, I totally dig Rav for all the reasons you've mentioned.

Karen

The hat is really cute! I almost never put notes on Ravelry. I do good if I remember to list the project at all.
Hot dogs and beans, that brings back memories. We ate that every single Saturday night when I was a kid.

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