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Friend's shop

Sunday, November 10, 2019

I spent Saturday at my friend's shop that just opened in September. We were getting xmas decorations up. I was also meeting a knitter to help them turn a pullover that she just finished into a cardigan. By the time she left we had stitched, cut and she had the first side picked up for the button hole band.

As I drove home (going east at this point) I had beautiful skies.

It is always nice going to the shop. I drive west in the morning so no sun in my eyes and drive east in the evening; again no sun. Last evening I did end up with sun in the mirrors. At one point I felt like I was driving through fog but it was just the dust from all the harvesters out after dark trying to get everything done before the snow this evening.

There is one sign in the shop that gives me a giggle every time I see it.

If you are a grower this would be great in a greenhouse or over a planting table but as it is it gets a giggle.
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    Gosh, wished you were closer, I would love to know how to turn a pullover into a cardigan. And yes, the evenings here also were full of harvest dust, but not we have a inch of snow or so, so just fresh, fresh air. No harvest, today.
    25 days ago
    Good for you for helping that knitter learn a new technique. I do all my cardigans that way. Now that combines have headlights - we sometimes have them out in the dark, but this far south, most harvesting is done by October - before the clocks click back.
    26 days ago
    You’re a good friend. I’m sure your friend appreciated your help in decorating.
    Perhaps it’s an age thing, but that whole focus on driving into or away from the sun is big to me. It doesn’t keep me from doing things, but I always make note before I go anywhere
    26 days ago
    Great that you were there for a friend
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