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debbie8327
Nov 15, 2017
Pretty colors
aussiesapphire
Oct 26, 2017
God a bundle just like that lol. Looking for some charity who needs knitted things.

"When A Thief Marries A Thief

A thief got married to a thief. They decided to give up their old ways and begin a family.

Fifteen months after getting married, they were expecting a son. At the hospital their son was born and his hand was closed.

They went for a closer look. They opened up his hand and were surprised by what they found.

The wristwatch of the doctor who delivered him."

Good night and God bless. Hugs.
abacii
Oct 26, 2017
I've been taking people to chemo. They always have free knitted hats, scarves, and sometimes mittens. Adult sizes are pretty plain, but the stuff for kids is usually fancy.
mamag15
Oct 26, 2017
Some charities that would be good are nursing homes as they could use small blankets or throws, small hats and booties for babies in Neonatal, also for older kids who have nothing warm to wear such as hats, scarves, and mittens. They could also use things like that for homeless shelters. If I knew how to make things like that, it would get rid of a lot of my yarn. Just a few ideas.
aknan
Oct 26, 2017
Good one, aussie - will pass that on to my mother!
aussiesapphire
Oct 26, 2017
Hi abacii, I have looked into the Cancer Council of Queensland where I live and they sent me two links which were not really helpful at all. I know there is such an organisation who knits beanies for cancer patients, so will keep looking until I find it. I have so much yarn/wool to knit up and can do it while watching TV. Keeps me from thinking about food lol, so has a two-fold purpost. Thanks for the information and well done in your voluntary work with people having chemo. The world needs more people like you. Hugs.
carolsapple
Oct 26, 2017
Used to take my dad to his chemo appts. then hubby talked to a pathelogist and told him what kind of cancer he had - the dr. said nobody has been able to be cured from that disease.
puzzlelover20
Oct 28, 2017
Hi abacii! When I took my mom to her chemo treatments and stayed with her while receiving them I so so many that were alone. That always made me feel sad. So I started taking an extra sandwich with ours incase someone else would like one. I also always offered to get others crackers and cheese and juice which was provided. I wanted others to have someone if they wanted someone.
puzzlelover20
Oct 28, 2017
Saw not so.
abacii
Oct 29, 2017
Every now and then, I take in a couple dozen doughnuts for the staff.
rahrah1820
Nov 13, 2017
Puzzlelover and abacii, thank you for your generous and caring hearts, which also lead to your time and energy. Your blessings will return at least 2 fold.
mamag15
Oct 26, 2017
Okay, everyone, I told you when I got my final grade I would let you know. I passed both my last classes. My communication class I received a B and my Education class for APA formatting and proper writing I received a C. I lost the B by 3 points. I am not too happy about it but I will take it. This professor found something wrong with everything I submitted., My last paper went through two different tutors and she still took away points. It was for 90 points and she gave me an 84. That was my last chance for a higher grade. I just hope I do better in my Biology class and my Education class on philosophy. These two classes are going to both be a bigger challenge.
manatee
Oct 26, 2017
Congrats on passing! I'm sure you will do better on the next ones. Writing is quite challenging.
mamag15
Oct 27, 2017
I hope so manatee. I am so upset that my GPA went down to a 3.8. I need to get it back up if I want to succeed with my goal.
manatee
Oct 28, 2017
Well with biology at least the answers are less subjective. Philosophy might be better than it sounds, and a lot depends on the professor as you know. You sound determined. I believe in you.
mamag15
Oct 30, 2017
Manatee, I just went over some of my assignments for the next 8 weeks and it looks to be challenging. Maybe with a lot of prayers and hard work I will do better.
manatee
Nov 1, 2017
You're in charge of the hard work...we'll help with prayers. Go mamag15!
mamag15
Nov 1, 2017
Thanks, manatee!!!
aknan
Nov 1, 2017
Mamag, sometimes you just can't please a professor no matter what you do. A 3.8 GPA is nothing to be ashamed of, either! Just put your brilliant mind to work on your new courses and you'll do just fine.
mamag15
Nov 2, 2017
Thanks, aknan. I did a short test for EDUC in Philosophy for Teachers I did ace it. I am trying to get the little things out of the way first. I have 6 assignments due by Monday. And that 3.8 should have been written as 3.08. I really need to buckle down. Thanks for the encouragement. God bless.
rahrah1820
Oct 26, 2017
Today is the first anniversary of my brother's death. It's been a hard week, with all the memories and all the things I wish we could have said and done. It's also been a week of thanksgiving for all God has done in our lives, and how He took my brother home to be with Him at just the right moment. I miss him, his laughter and sense of humor were so wonderful.
carolsapple
Oct 26, 2017
Awww so sorry to hear about your loss. This week was the 13 anniversary of my fathers death. We celebrated our anniversary as well - he died 3 days later. I cry on the date of his passing. Really miss him - such a great father!
rahrah1820
Oct 27, 2017
Thank you, carolsapple, and I sorry for your loss as well.
jozeey
Oct 27, 2017
Today is my dad's birthday. The first one without him, he passed in March. Trying to focus on the great memories. Wouldn't want him back, I know where he is, but this Daddy's girl really misses him.
rahrah1820
Oct 27, 2017
That first year is so hard, isn't it? My brother's birthday was the 23rd, and he passed on the 26th. Someone once said: I don't need to get over him, I just need to learn to live without him.
aknan
Oct 27, 2017
And that's the hard part - the learning to live without a loved one. Everyone says grief will get easier with time. I don't think it does, but the memories come easier, and that helps.
rahrah1820
Oct 28, 2017
Yes, those memories do help, a lot
carolsapple
Oct 29, 2017
I had a great father but many times I wasn't happy with him at all! I live in a double standard family - I can't say anything about their lives but all of them are involved in mine. Even my sister allowed my nieces to be in mine - Ugh! Then one xmas - I go over to sis and my father asks me a question right infront of everyone. I wanted to say yes I am - after looking at my belly - after my answer he replies oh that's good that you're not. I've learned to live without contact from my family. They lie and are petty - Ugh!
rahrah1820
Oct 29, 2017
I have one brother that all the family stays away from for those reasons as well. Every one of us have fallen prey to his lies and really, really bad ways. It saddens us all, but to let him in our lives again would only be asking for trouble.
pixipixil
Oct 26, 2017
Does anyone remember knitting machines? I never had one. My grandmother could knit. My mother couldn't but she crocheted. I can't do either.
Wishing you time to pursue beautiful projects.
aknan
Oct 26, 2017
I remember them, pixi, but I never had one either. Just used the regular needles. First project was a double-diamond cable cardigan in mohair wool! Had to be sure I was knitting the yarn and not the fluff!
pixipixil
Oct 27, 2017
You don't believe in starting easy and working up to the hard stuff, do you, Aknan? How did it come out?
I tried making a sweater. Took years and came out awful but then I switched mid stream on sizing it. I began it for a tall boyfriend (whom I ditched after meeting my husband)and finished it for a short husband.
aknan
Oct 27, 2017
Pixi, believe it or not, it turned out beautifully - although I did a lot of unraveling when the fluff got knitted it! It was in a gold color that was very popular at the time. I wore it for several years, then my mother inherited it when I moved to Germany.
sunsetsky
Oct 27, 2017
The first thing that I knitted was a fair isle sweater for my daughter when she was 2. I took lessons and it turned out quite nice. Hadn't done any since then. I recently tried crocheting, but I have a cat who loves to play with yarn, so that didn't last either.
micki
Oct 27, 2017
So colorful, and that's no yarn!!! Had a ball doing this one. Kidding aside, loved this. Thanks Team!!!!!!!
nightmare
Oct 26, 2017
I loved Aussie's story. My Mom belonged to a knitting group called the Kneedlers.
aussiesapphire
Oct 26, 2017
:) hugs nightmare
jas6415
Oct 26, 2017
Pretty colors..
Taffi
Oct 26, 2017
Purple for me! Love to knit and I'm picking up crochet again. During the summer, knit a hat for my Mom and she loves it. Now, working on some long cowls, a shawl made with heavier yarn and then some other things. Yes, I have WIPs. That's work in progress :) Hugs to all of you.
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