What was supposed to be a slow Friday (Workshop 9:30-1pm, then visit to a yarn shop) started out with an early visit to the dentist. Two hours and 2 fillings later, I still had errands to run. I needed to get to two yarn shops eat lunch and be home by 5pm. I will not tell you about the first yarn shop (PM me if you wish to know). I was on a mission visiting to deliver flyers for our Knitting Retreat April 29 & 30. I didn't get lunch until 1pm. When I got to "Yearning for Yarn" in Plymouth, NC, I was tired and my mouth was beginning to hurt. It was worth the drive. This was one of the smallest yarn shops I have ever been in. It was also one of the best. The owner was kind and sweet and had everything arranged wonderfully, by content, weight, and so on. We talked about knitting, patterns, books, and more. I did not want to leave. I bought some orphans from her bargain basket and headed home. If you are ever in Plymouth, head down town to Water Street and visit "Yearning for Yarn."