"Is there anyone in here anymore?! I hope if there are some people still in here that you come by my blog and post a link to your knitting projects. I'd love to see everyone's projects and get ideas & inspiration."
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I decided to start blogging as an outlet. My husband will be deploying soon and we don't have any family and few friends around where are stationed right now. I have been married to my husband (and the military) for seven years. I have a one year old son and a SAHM. I love knitting, cooking, hiking, snorkeling, geocaching, and traveling.
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