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Monday, July 17, 2006


I completely agree with taming the fidgets. Someone in a blog comment talked about gradations of adult ADD, and that knitting can be a nonpharmacologic sort of therapy for those of us who sit still poorly.

I agree that knitting at an open-air affair is definately fine. I probably wouldn't feel comfortable knitting at a concert hall setting. Not that I'd have much luck knitting with the lights low!

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