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Hi <<First Name>>

On New Year's Day, I was reminded again how knitting transcends language and cultural differences. My husband and I went to a Chinese restaurant, and, of course, I took out my knitting. Within a few minutes I was surrounded by people who worked there (and their families!), asking me questions and communicating in various ways that they knit, too. I'm not entirely sure we understood each other's words but we clearly communicated the joy of sharing a hobby that made us happy. It was a great way to start the new year!

Have a wonderful week!
Terry Matz

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