…that mean so much and when said at just the right moment can mean everything. When you turn on the TV, listen to the radio, read the paper, drive your car to work or just walk down the street there is an ugliness out there that seems to be spreading….fast. We would all like to believe that the world is getting better but…I have so many thoughts and words I want to get “out” but… Can you tell I don’t even know where to begin?
Yesterday when I was feeling a bit lost and angry (to put it mildly) someone who has become very special to me did such a simple thing but it made all the difference. She said thank you. Thank you Denise. She was thanking me for teaching her to knit, for being patient as I taught her to knit, for giving her something she has grown to love, appreciate and dare I say need (I just wanted to spread the addiction, so I’d have some company in the poor house, having spent all our money on yarn).
She also gave me this…it brought tears to my eyes.
Thank you Jeri Lynn.