Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Yarn Along

Let's start with all the dirty little details about having the flu...
A seriously, nasty thing - a bugger, a booger, a pain in the everything - it is!
- Don't get it -

Moving on, I have some very exciting news...
our little knitting group was featured on tv.
Do you remember when we were interviewed way back on November 21st,
and I wrote about it here?
February 5th, we were highlighted here on our local tv station.

If you would like to see the broadcast and of all of the knitting crew, myself included,
you can view it here on YouTube.




I am wearing the Outlander Cowl I knitted for myself and a smile as big as all outdoors.
When I am here on the farm, in the Coop, knitting with this group of girls I love,
I have a joy that can not be described with words.

Many thanks to all involved in bringing our story to tv,
and to our wonderful camera woman and storyteller Laura, she was the best!

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31 comments:

  1. Debbie, I am so excited for you! You are a TV star! Loved seeing and hearing you and the group. No wonder thevfarm is your happy place! I’m so glad you shared the video....what fun!

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  2. :-)

    You're a tv star!

    We're feeling a little under the weather here. Hope it is not the flu!

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  3. It is rare to find something you love so much. I feel like that about book club. We are lucky, each in her own way, Debbie.

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  4. Hi Debbie! So glad you're over the flu now.
    Loved the video and I can see the many reasons you love your Yarn Along :D)

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  5. I am so sorry you had the flu. I have tried my best to avoid folks that are sick but that is not always how it works. Folks might have it, carrying it but it actually has not hit them yet.....anyway, hope you feel better. Great news on the tv spot! That is awesome. I love your knitting work. You do such a great job.

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  6. Hello, I am happy you are feeling better. I heard the flu going around is awful. That is cool you have photo of you on the TV news. I hope you are having a happy day!

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  7. I am glad you are feeling better. I have heard how bad it has been, I will track that video down. How awesome.
    I am glad you are able to blog. :)

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  8. I'm glad you're better off the flu, Debbie.
    And congratulations on the TV show!!
    Besos.

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  9. OH. MY. GOSH! How great is this? I love the cute animals and I'm so glad you have that group to "play" with.
    Also glad you are over the bad bug!!

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  10. That’s awesome- I will definitely watch when I get home and have decent WiFi. I’m so glad you’re feeling better! Flu this year has been terrible!

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  11. I'm so glad you are feeling better. Your beautiful smile says it ALL!

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  12. I do know how awful the flu is and hope to never get it again. I am happy that you are recovering. Wow, that is quite the awesome moment on TV and happy to see it on You Tube. I love how you enjoy this time with your wonderful knitting friends. your cowl is so beautiful. Your happy smile says it all!
    Sending warm thoughts and hugs your way!

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  13. Good tv clip! Got a good sense of your knitting group, and you looked great. You were obviously enjoying yourself.

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  14. How exciting! What a special opportunity to be featured on television like that.:)

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  15. Cool that you were on TV! We are under the weather here. I spent yesterday on the couch. Today my husband is quite ill.

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  16. i am glad i did not miss this one dear Debbie!!!
    how cool to be on t/v
    you look so adorable and happy on screen:)

    congratulations my friend!

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  17. Hello Debbie!:) So sorry you had the flu,...hubby just had it, and it's nasty. I loved seeing your happy face on TV. How wonderful to get the opportunity to show your knitting skills to a wider audience, but for me you are a star on, and off TV. Such a shining example of living life to the full. Take care!

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  18. Hi Debbie. So happy to hear that you are feeling better. How exciting that you and your knitting group were on T.V. I certainly will check that out! Warmest congratulations!

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    1. thanks jean, it was so exciting. i was more afraid to watch it than i was to be interviewed!!!

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  19. So glad you posted....was concerned with you having the flu.

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  20. Well, look at you; our personal television star! You look adorable!

    Glad you're starting to feel better from that dratted flu; it's sure making the rounds. Very sad.

    xoxo

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  21. So glad to hear you are doing better after the flu, it is hitting pretty hard this year.
    Oh how fun, I will have to go watch it, thanks for sharing and hope you continue to do well!

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  22. So neat to hear you talk too :) You all looked great, looks like a wonderful group of ladies!! So important to have that, I am so thankful for those close ladies in my life.

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  23. Wow Debbie, you were great on TV! (I watched the YouTube ... what a great group and it was interesting to hear the anchor lady repeat many of the same things you've told us about this beautiful farm, the alpacas, the family, and the knitting sisterhood! (You could have written the piece as well as starred in it!). Glad you are over the flu-- it is really going around in our little neighborhood.

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  24. First so happy to hear you're through with the flu, it's not been very kind this year for so many folks! Now for your youtube event wow, that is just incredible. So happy you shared it with us.

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  25. I'm glad you're feeling better! We missed your posts, too! Congratulations on being on TV! That's awesome!

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  26. And it's such a pretty smile!!
    What fun (being on TV), Debbie.
    I am so glad to hear that you are on the mend.
    Please continue to take good care of you!
    xo.

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  27. Oh wow, and now she is a television star. =) You always look as if you have so much fun, Debbie.

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  28. Also FUN to hear your voice! Happy knitting!

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