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No - we were discussing the fact that "the
younger generation" is not interested in "things." One of our
neighbors is selling their house, and the realtor told me that
couples in their 30s (?) don't want the upkeep of a house. (I
asked her how they got any customers at all, and she didn't have
an answer.) But children/nieces & nephews just don't want
fancy furniture, good china, etc.
But that's far in the future. Though today we
did discuss that, just as you should arrange for someone to take
care of your parrot or tortoise after your death, maybe we
should also arrange for someone to take care of our UFOs.
But I'm not planning to die, either <grin>.
On 6/15/2019 5:50 PM, Angela via
Hope all is well.your last paragraph, are you moving?
On Jun 15, 2019, at 2:34 PM, Lucinda Shastid <jzygala@...
Pat had her two-strand knitted throw with
She also brought a friend, Deborah, who
was knitting a tunic - plain stockinette with a wide
lace border at the hem and at the bottom of the 3/4
sleeves. (No, she's not that far along yet - she told
us.) Size 2 needles!
Susan is taking a break from the
never-ending sweater: a cap of light grey wool from
Lucinda continued to knit on her Bohus
sweater which required concentration.
Note that all four of us were knitting
and on circular needles - I don't think we've ever had
that high a proportion of knitters.
Helen was there as well, now as a friend
rather than a "monitor" and she was working on the
Conversation, of course, ranged widely:
will anyone want to inherit our
medicine; children and husbands, to mention only a few.