HAPPY ‘I LOVE YARN DAY!’

Road trip!

Road trip!

By Lisa Huddleston

It is only 6:30 a.m. and my dear friend Lisa and I have already planned an adventure for the day. We are taking a mini-yarn run eastward. She has already explored most if not all of the yarn shops to our west toward, in, and around Nashville–so eastward it is.

Why the abrupt spontaneity? No, neither of us has had a mental breakdown, although those who know our usually stodgy selves best may disagree. Not at all–it’s “I Love Yarn Day!” and we just feel like celebrating color and texture and the promise of creativity. Yay!

YARN!

YARN!

If you read yesterday’s post, you know my daughter is already calling me “bipolar” so I need to be careful before she sends me off to the funny farm–but this random day may be just what the doctor ordered. After all, who can knock a good celebration of life?

One more thought before I guzzle down my coffee, jump in the shower, dress and head east. Tomorrow is the Ride for Refuge and sweet Chuck and I have captained a team for The Village Chapel. We only have one more day to meet our goal to help finance the efforts of End Slavery Tennessee.

Join The Village Chapel team in the Ride for Refuge.

Join The Village Chapel team in the Ride for Refuge.

If you feel even an inkling of a desire to help, please go to this link http://my.e2rm.com/teamPage.aspx?teamID=473038&langPref=en-CA and give to help those dear people help others.  Thanks in advance! Hope to see our $$ grow all the way to our goal of $1000 (we really don’t have far to go!)

Blessings on your day. Hope it’s an adventure. And Happy I Love Yarn Day to you all!

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