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Cassie

This means that your foot is all better, right? Or does it mean that now it has a chance to heal? Or are these the magic socks that will complete the healing process. Are you a doctor or a sorcerer?

Juno

If you weren't stuck at home with your foot, would you be seeing the minute details and glorious blooming of the garden the way you are this year?

Juno

And does this mean you have to have foot surgery AGAIN on the other side when this one is healed?

Andrea

Neat peony! I'm trying to grow chives down here, but they don't seem to like me. We get great big bunches of them up north, but down here I'm getting spindly little plants that look like seedlings all year... maybe they just need a few years to get established. I can't wait to be able to go out and just munch on some chives. :) (Benefit to living alone: no one to complain about my chive breath!)

Kristen

it's wonderful to see both socks on your feet - they look great! (probably a bit too warm for this heat, but they are finished nonetheless!)

Margene

Socks! There are the second epidemic of Blogland (or maybe they were the first). They do look marvelous. Now stop measuring and just enjoy the process. It's the measuring that takes all the fun out of knitting. When do you start a second pair?

Tracy

Fantastic socks, isn't it a great feeling? Chives are some of my most favourite things, you can revel in their beauty and eat them! Can't be bad can it....

claudia

Luscious socks.

We got home from our training ride last night just as the big drops started to fall.

Regina

Fabuloso socks my dear!

Norma

Ohhhhh, that peony is the most beautiful one I've seen, I think! Gorgeous, Honey, GORGEOUS.

Lynne S of Oz

Noice! All of it is lovely. Nice socks. Pretty poppy, peony and chives have such fascinating flowers... The peony sorta reminds me somehow of a carnation.

julia fc

Do you know the story of the Seven Swans, where thecharmedn queen throws magical garments she wove in silence ove the heads of her brothers to turn them back from swans into human beings? Wouldn't it be nice if such things could be true about cursed feet and handmade socks. Healing thoughts, and covetous peony plotting.

julia fc

Do you know the story of the Seven Swans, where the charmed queen throws magical garments she wove in silence ove the heads of her brothers to turn them back from swans into human beings? Wouldn't it be nice if such things could be true about cursed feet and handmade socks. Healing thoughts, and covetous peony plotting.

julia fc

Do you know the story of the Seven Swans, where the charmed queen throws magical garments she wove in silence ove the heads of her brothers to turn them back from swans into human beings? Wouldn't it be nice if such things could be true about cursed feet and handmade socks. Healing thoughts, and covetous peony plotting.

juliafc

I swear, I only pushed the button once.

stephanie

The good news is that handmade socks cure everything, except the urge to knit more socks. There's no fixing that.

Kathy

Great socks and gorgeous "Shima Nishiki"! My kids love to munch on chives fresh from the garden-- very cute, but deadly breath!!

sandy

I guess if the Red Sox curse could be saved, your foot can be saved with a beautiful sock.
Mountain colors is my FAVORITE yarn. By far. Mountain Goat is yummious.
I know. That is not a word. But it should be.
Love your feet!

Lee Ann

Poppiiiiiies...they are so beautiful. Anyone with poppies that beautiful in her garden has to have also created magical healing socks. Love Julia's reference to that wonderful fairy tale, too...I think I need one of those magical garments ;-)

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