25 May 2010

Child at Heart

Grown women book long in advance, pay well earned money, organise care of loved ones and pets and drive hundreds of kilometers to knit together.

Yes they do.

And when they arrive, find a seat near a friendly face and pull out their wool and needles, who should appear but their ....

CHILD at HEART.

And what great comfort and innocent joy is taken in your company.


Thank you Zeta and Anne and Pam and Pamela and Catherine and Janet and Dawn and Kerrie and Shirley.

What beaut kids you are.

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And thank you Nick of Nundle for taking such good care of us all.  You are solid gold.

Your family is pretty noice too.

And your wool is FAB.

5 comments:

Véronique et Yannis said...

Quelle chance de vivre de tels moments! Moi qui n'ai que le temps de courir pour gagner 3 euros 6 sous, je vous envie de faire tant de merveilles de vos doigts!
Bonne journée!

Grand Purl Baa said...

And that means something like this:

"Which luck to live of such moments! Me that have only the time to run to win 3 Euros 6 under, I envy you to do so many wonders of your fingers!"

Done on a dastardly web language translator. Forgive please all of France......

Anonymous said...

Well Loani & all my new found friends- l had a fabulous time at the Wonderful Nundle Woollen Mill..LOANI is the best, & Nick was the best host. A really nice young man.THANK YOU NICK. The Food was to '' Die-For''.Simply superb. Guess who will be the very firstest booking for 2011. ? And the wool- words cannot describe how l feel, re the Nundle Wool..Oh l can never can have too much !! Beautiful. Regards to all, Hahnsmum from Bingara, NSW.
(aka, Pam.)

Anonymous said...

Luv the photos Loani and had a wonderful time there again for my second year, it was just lovely to get away with a group of sisters and share something we all love.To Nik and the team from Nundle, what a fantastic job, I'm sure I came home 10 ton heavier and I'm sure Nik is tired of washing up. Absoloutley love the yarn from Nundle, Colours are fantastic, Great weekend, Made great new friends, Can't wait until next year. Happy Knitting. Kerrie.

Knitting Out Loud said...

What gorgeous cozies they are holding!