NYC Wants me to Blog!

That can really be the only explanation for it. With summer officially over (although my summer vacation doesn't begin until next week), perhaps the blogging mojo will resurface. Just to be on the safe side, however, New York is conspiring to give me blogging material.

First, take this example:


I see you, mystery knitter, waaaay over there in the corner, just working on your whatever-it-is without a care in the world.

Second, I show you some knitters soaking up the afternoon warmth at the Goldman Sachs building. Maybe they were discussing yarn futures.


I think that's one trading desk I could see myself sitting at!


I don't know about NYC wanting you to blog, but part of Portland, Oregon wants you to blog.
I've been missing your entries.
Hope all is well with you and yours.

Wow! There weren't any GS knitters when I was working there....

Girl, I knit on the subway almost everyday. When are you going to run into me?

That's what we're sayin'. Welcome back.

Ha! I am so thrilled to be caught KIP by Subway Knitter! I'll alert my friends in the photo that they've been spotted.
Next time you see us (and we're out there pretty often), sit down and knit with us.

Hello! That is also me in the 2nd photo. It was nice to be finally caught knitting in public, although I am always knitting on the train. We wanted to tell you to come join us, but alas it was not to be. I am actually out there knitting everyday at lunch between 12:30 and 1:30. It is a great space to sit n' knit.

I am the third knitter in the GS lunchtime knitting photo. Of course, I'm leaning behind Kim (knitter on left). It's awesome to have been caught by ya. I am usually out there knitting at 1pm with my peeps.

Look at that, a hint of cooler weather and the needles are out. Us knitters are a fickle creature, aren't we?

I play wow in 3 years and i know some wow gold,I love wow gold.


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