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September 30, 2004



Hi Li! Damn I am sorry to hear about what happened to your car. If they did that while your husband was there, I hate to think what could have happened if he wasn't. Your poncho is pretty... I love Noro!


"Why pay shrinks and doctors
When more yarn will do the trick?"

It's from a song by Jean Moss. Your post made me think of it. That sounds like such a pain. I hope being followed home by an angry adult put a little fear in to the kids. And I hope the cop persues it. With $1000 in damages, is there any way to follow it up through official channels and request payment from the kids parents? It sounds like maybe not. How frustrating!

Thanks for the green leafy bits comment. With no other votes, it looks like that's the way I should do it. :-)

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