And I will start with the important information. After work I drove to the other end of town to go grocery shopping and saw something interesting on my way. On the way home I pulled into the parking lot of the original Tim's on Wilson Street. Celli's was in that spot for a while and then it has been empty for over a year. I'm pretty positive that the Starbucks logo was on the Coming Soon sign. I know that Cathy will be very happy.
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Lynn's yarn - tosh merino in dr. zhivago's sky. She used 3.5 skeins.
Every time I wear this and everywhere I go, I’ve had it commented on—by strangers on the street, by shop owners or customers, by knitters or non. And each time they say something like “I love that … thing you’re wearing!” No-one knows what to call it, and—frankly—neither do I. Because one arm goes through (as does the neck) but the other arm is free, it’s not a cape, not a poncho, not a shrug, not a shawl, not a cowl. It’s small enough to wear under a coat but big enough to wear instead of one. And it envelops us in style. And so here’s its moniker: L’Enveloppe. (As you might imagine, this is French for envelope. Its style led me there. I suppose its name could have been “That thing you wear on an airplane in case the AC is turned too high,” but that didn’t sit as well on the page.)
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