So many memories.

Quinton beat me to it but here's my "Thank You" to Brady and Frank for the great Knitting Retreat and all their work to make it happen.

I also want to extend a big "Thanks" to all of the great gentlemen I met at the retreat. Some of you I "knew" from here and some I met for the very first time but it was fantastic to get to know you all. I just wish we'd had more time so I could do justice to getting to know you better. But that is hard to do with so many great things to participate in over a weekend's time. However, that is what can happen next time and through here.

The warmth and cameraderie made this fairly shy man feel right at home from the first moment to the last. And the sense of community I feel here at MWK has only been made deeper for having been at one of the retreats. Truly, "Thank You" cannot cover all I feel but I am very grateful for the way I feel.


purlyman's picture

Hey there Joe - as I've said before but I'm compelled to say again - thank YOU for being there and for participating!!! Without everyone who put their trust in us - their blind faith - nothing could have happened. It was great to have you among us and I hope we can continue to have more experiences like it!!


Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Graciously smiling and saying "Thank You." ;-) -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

Masala's picture

How was the weather up there? I was hoping very good and knowing that if you are knitting indoors that it wouldn't be a problem! Sid