A Simple Life
As I sent my eldest daughter to France for a year of studies, I reminded her that a simple life is a good life. Family and friends are your most valuable belongings. With these you will experience the fullness of life that no tangible items can replace. She took that to heart; made friends, kept in touch daily with her family and is having experiences you can only have with great people. She is building memories and relationships that will last a lifetime.
On the knitting front, my eldest is a true knitter. She's found yarn shops in almost every country she's visited: France, Germany, Switzerland & Italy. No yarn shop in Lichtenstein but a McFlurry from the McDonalds in the smallest country in the world was almost as good. While she doesn't speak all the languages she's discovered that knitting breaks down the boundries of communication. We all have something to be thankful for this year. I am thankful for each of you on this mailing list. Thank you for your time, thank you for reading this email every week, and thank you for choosing the Twisted Loop! God Bless each of you this Thursday and thank you - Jenni