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Lisa R=P

You are such a wonderful hostess and friend. Thank you for sharing your notes from Beth. I printed them and made a copy for a friend of mine who is a Beth-a-holic.

I stopped at the bookstore on Saturday and bought Beth's study on David: A Heart Like His. I am looking forward to getting started with that one -- hopefully I will have some time this weekend to delve in. I have a quilt to finish for my nephew too -- so it might have to wait another week.

After reading your "w" post I said to my husband -- "How do you feel about hopping on a plane and heading to Denver? I want to learn to knit and Joanne is willing to teach me." That made him smile!

Thank you for being you! You are inspiring.

Holly Smith

Hee Hee :) I don't know who might have been hinting about learning to knit :) But I do know that she'll stop in sometime and surprise you! OK, I confess, it's me.

You are welcome to drop in anytime here, too. You know the way to my home...but I must say, sometimes (ok, a lot of the time) blinders are needed for the lack of clean laundry being put away :) I'm getting to your plan tonight and am going to try and schedule it. Maybe then I will get it together, sort of.

You are fun, my friend!
Praying for your bible Study!


I'd love to stop by! I'm not sure though, that you'd want all three of us there. Pumpkin would be running around, the baby would be crying, and I have no idea how to knit, sew, or anything!
For several years I did a craft day in early November. I had ladies come over to make stuff and bring there own projects. We had food and fun all day. I miss that. If I can get my act together (!) maybe I'll try it again this year. If so, you'd definetely be invited!
I love to do Christmas Teas as well. Think it will depend on the baby this year...
Hope to see you soon.


Your plans sound wonderful and inviting... Oh, how I wish we were neighbors!


Okay, I'm going to take you up on the "stopping in" sometime. I hardly ever head north, but next time I'm up that way, I'm definitely calling you!


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