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Karen

Whenever I travel I always wish I had as many days to recover;)
The hats are lovely and make fabulous gifts.

Carole

Welcome home. I hear you on reentry!

Norma

I know. The whole re-entry thing is sometimes enough to keep me from going away.

PumpkinMama

Welcome home!

margene

SO CUTE!

Marcia Cooke

Well, as one who sat here in cold, damp Connecticut over the holidays, I'm tempted to say (sarcastically) "Oh, POOR BABY", but I won't. Instead, nice hats! And, Happy New Year!

Danielle

Welcome back! Such pretty hats.

maryse

i didn't even go away but tomorrow i'm going back to work and i don't want to. wah!!!!

welcome back.

Manise

Very pretty hats! Plenty of tea/ fluids and knitting sound like a wise way to deal with jet-lag and a tired body. Feel better soon!

Julie

Great hats!

Welcome home.

Anne

They say you should estimate a day for every hour of jet lag... so take it easy foe the rest of the week!

The hats look great. I've wanted to make one; I didn't know they were easy!

Vicki

your hats look so much better than the pattern pic. I'm making bird in hand mittens for my DD and this hat will go great with it.

claudia

Quite a rude reality-slap with the temps this morning. Staying in bed sounds like the way to be.

Birdsong

So glad you got such a lovely vacation in... it makes all the difference in facing difficult parts of the new year, I think!

Kim

Jet lag sucks, doesn't it? I am behind in my reading, so I hope you are feeling a bit better by now :-)

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