When I moved the blog, I came across an old draft that I never published and I thought it appropriate to publish now.
I’ve never had sisters. I always wanted one or two, or three, or more. It wasn’t in the cards. I was the last child.
Since I’ve been knitting, I’ve come to know and love a lot of women who have become my sisters and I’ve found that it doesn’t take a blood relation to be that sister. These are women that I know that I can count on for just about anything and in return they can count on the same from me. I know I probably don’t say it enough, but I love you all. You all know who you are.
Knitting for me has become part of my lifestyle. It has become a community vast and wide. It is a community that is giving and loving. It is a community of hope, joy, lots of good times and occasionally the sad. I am proud to be a part of it.
So I thank you, my sisters for letting me be a part of your “family” and know that you will always be a part of mine.