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I'm back...again

My dear friends,

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I'M BAAAACK!!

Hi all,

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15 days to Disney

Apparently, I and BF will be the only ones from this esteemed body making the "Pilgrimage to pay homage to Tinkerbell (if you believe in fairies, clap your hands)" aka Gay Days. Though the thought crossed my mind that I could refer to it as "Fairy Fest" what with Tinkerbell, Maleficient,Cinderella's godmother and all the other Disney characters of that ilk hanging out with all the gays. Guess the purple sock is staying home.

Luv 'n' Stuff
Bob in Fort Lauderdale
Where the boys are...but they don't knit...poor things

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27 days to Disney

So far, the only other person thinking about taking the "Pilgrimage" is Brightbear. Has anyone else decided they are going? If so, how do we want to identify ourselves as Men Who Knit members so's we can find each other in the parks?

Luv 'n' Stuff,
Bob in Fort Lauderdale
Where the boys are...but they don't knit...poor things

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Going to Orlando Gay Days 2007...

or as I like to call it, "The Annual Pilgrimage to pay homage to Tinkerbell...if you believe in fairies, clap your hands". I've reserved 4 nights at Disney's All-Star Sports Resort (HEY, it was a bargain at the Florida resident rate) for me and boyfriend. Anybody else going?

Anybody?
Anybody?
Buehler?

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Oh my god, I get a blog?

Greetings from South Miami, not South Beach.

Please bear with me as this is my first foray into blogging.  I've heard about these things but never thought I'd actually be doing one.  First, a little of an introduction.   I'm Bob, originally from the Philadelphia area.  I lived in Jersey City for 11 years before moving to Florida in 1998.  I'm just shy of 40 years old but I'm told I look much younger.  I started knitting in December, 2003.  I had originally planned to re-relearn crochet but the knitting store never had enough interest in the class.  I still have the washcloth that was my first ever project.  It makes a great coaster on the computer station.  Since then, I have completed 3 other washcloths(2 knit, 1 crochet), 2 scarves, a pair of baby booties and 2 pairs of kids socks.  The socks ended up in an orphanage in Russia that my knit shop supports.  The rest were gifts.   What I'm working on now is:

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