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A quick reminder …

and then I'm out to weed for a while, and then walk for a while.

I'm cleaning my stash of knitting books and yarn. Three readers who leave a comment on the blog before midnight Eastern time Sunday, April 28, will win both a book AND yarn. Books are used but in good condition. Yarn has been stored in a cedar-lined, smoke-free closet.

You know how bloggers love, love, love comments. Do a blogger a favor and leave a few words of appreciation when you get a chance. It will make his/her day, I promise. I don't do it often enough, but it's one of the best ways to pay it forward in the blogosphere.

If you comment and your name is chosen and you don't knit or have no use for the book/yarn you receive, you can pay it forward by donating it to a 4-H group, charity knitting group or a women's shelter. Someone will find a good home for it if it doesn't fit in yours.

Paying it forward pays you back in ways you might never have imagined. How have you grown from passing [ good deed of your choice] on?

Comments

Mands said…
Hi there, not after any freebies thank you as I don't knit but found you from Fat Mum Slim and thought I would pop over and say hello. Look forward to reading more of your adventures. Mands
What great idea! I was given a great Kirby vacuum and then when I found out a friend didn't have a vacuum, I was able to give her our old one. I will stay open to ideas to pay it forward.

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