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  • Ann – she did good! I laughed at all the appropriate moments (and a few that were inappropriate I think….)
    SO GLAD I ran those last ten blocks to get there in time. You were almost as good as Wicked.
    Thanks for the sock picture. You were worth the nicks and cuts.

  • Awwww, even lipstick? damn. And I was up here with blue lips, sitting in the dark. πŸ˜€

  • you did a great job of reading last night, kay! i was way in the back and could hear everything loud and clear.
    and those people gawping through the windows were so annoying! i kept wanting to shout “it’s not as strange as you think it is!!” but just knew that would interfere with the reading πŸ˜‰

  • Kay, you were great last night! Thank you for a great reading!!!

  • Love the lipstick, and I bet the reading was pretty great as well πŸ™‚

  • LOL. First the lipstick, next week it’s going to be an eyebrow stylist following you around. Once you start that grooming thing, there’s no end. I suggest you retreat to Chap-stick immediately.
    So glad you guys had a good time. I can’t wait for the day I get to be YOU. Heh heh heh. I’ve got my all-denim wardrobe all set.

  • I would love to appreciate the glamour of the lipstick but you look kind of blurred to me in the picture. This leads me to believe that you are either a superhero moving faster than the speed of camera – or alternatively, trembling with fear …. mmmmm, I wonder which it was ??
    So glad to hear it went well. Wish I could have been there even tho’ I would have lost my eyesight to the glow of the socks :0)
    Heather x

  • I don’t know if I’d have been able to do it — those socks are mesmerizing!! Sounds like a wonderful evening.

  • Wish I could have been there! Knitting, books, knitters readng books out loud to me, stupified New Yawkahs watching through glass…a perfect night out. My alternative: wrangling an unraveling overtired 6th grader through overwhelming homework and procrastinated projects (the kind that requires large foamcore boards etc). ugh.

  • I think the KnitLit readers should go one tour!

  • Thanks for a great reading! I was standing restlessly in the back, having arrived after every seat in the place had been occupied, and had to endure the sight not only of the astounded window gawpers (mildly amusing) but also the lucky seated kniterati contentedly clicking along (torture).

  • It was my pleasure to join you and my fellow Knit-Litters. I actually thought it was just NY’ers looking for entertainment and being too intimidated by ranks of knitters to come on in! I think you did a great job of reading (or was that channeling?) Ann’s piece…

  • So cozy it looks. What’s cozier than a roomful of knitters than a roomful of knitters listening to people read to them about knitting?
    Wish I could have been there.

  • By the way, you can do that felting in the kitchen. How about in mine? I’ll whip out the sushi roller.

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