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  1. I love your scarf. Congratulations on finding your determination!

    I'll keep your MIL in my thoughts today. I hope you receive good news soon. Being far from your family must be so hard right now. *hugs*

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  2. The SAME thing happened to me when I tried knitting a scarf the first time. It ended up like half scarf, half blanket (not a good luck for anyone). I too was much happier with the result of my second attempt! Good job sticking with it - knitting is SO TIME CONSUMING!

    As for your question about surprising myself - I NEVER EVER EVER thought I'd be running as much as I have been lately (training for my first full marathon). Even a year ago when I had three half marathons under my belt, I thought NO WAY. 26.2 miles is too crazy even for me. Turns out, it just takes a mad amount of determination and I've got it! :)

    Thinking of your MIL (and whole family) and sending good vibes your way!

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  3. Lovely scraf and good job on seeing it through. Sending good wishes to your MIL and your family.

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  4. You did a wonderful job on the scarf, I love the red. Also keeping your family in my thoughts during this difficult time with your MIL.

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  5. The scarf looks beautiful! Well done!

    Your mother-in-law will be in my thoughts. Hugs to you all.

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  6. Your scarf looks professional! I can't believe you did all that in 2 weeks!

    Thinking of your MIL and your family at this difficult time. ((hugs))

    ICLW #50

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  7. Thanks so much for the comment on my blog!

    LOVE your scarf - that is just beautiful and does NOT look like a first-timer project. (I am a lousy knitter, so I really appreciate someone that can make something that looks like SOMETHING you'd see in the real world)

    I'll also be keeping your MIL and family in my thoughts and hope that everything works out okay for her.

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  8. you are doing great guns, lovelyt o see you so happy!

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  9. Awesome job with the knitting, Ali!

    And sending healing thoughts to your MIL.


    #24

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