Hanging on to the day off
The thing that has kept me sane through all the work has been the customers. I can't believe how many I've grown close to in such a short time. It really is the knitting equivalent of Cheers. The regulars walk into a place where "everybody knows your name". We even had one of our regulars come by with a bottle of Champagne to announce her engagement (sorry I can't say who until she has time to tell all her friends and family . . . yes, the staff of the Point came after her family, but before some of her friends - LOVE that). We lowered the gates, locked up for the night, cracked out the glasses, and the staff and about a half a dozen regulars toasted the happy news. Despite all the craziness, the stress, the long hours, it really is a special place!
On Sunday I actually left my house to do something other than go to the store! David and went to the Atlantic Antic, welcomed the return of the prodigal daughter (my long lost pal Nell) and went to my friend Michael's house for a little party. It was so nice to think about something other then work.
I'll write more later, but now I need to spin and knit!