All That I Left Behind: Reminders of Chile on a Chilly Day

7 Responses

  1. Shane McGraw says:

    Your sweater is probably quite happy in its new home, but I’m sure it will always cherish you as its best and truest friend.

  2. cecile says:

    I’m sorry I left your sweater, honey…I almost brought it back holes and all, but then decided to sew up the holes one more time and give it to a family that needed it. But I did bring back that nice alpaca yarn to make you a replacement. Maybe we can just wrap you up in it until I can make the sweater 🙂

  3. claire marx says:

    I love, love, love the blogs. I have tears in my eyes and I can almost feel them in yours.

  4. claire marx says:

    Steven, this is a mother speaking. please proof your copy 🙂

    • Steven Marx says:

      There, happy now? 🙂 It was a quick post was Joel was temporarily occupied, so no time for the rush proofing job I usually give my posts. Another thing that makes it hard to post more regularly.

  5. Anne Arquette says:

    With any luck, your venerable Green Sweater will be enjoying a new life in the southern hemisphere, for at least a few years to come.

    • Steven Marx says:

      Well Cecile did wear it quite a bit after we left, did more patching of it, and then donated it to a family in need before she left. So yes, and I should have mentioned that but thanks for pointing it out. It’s only gone for me. 🙂

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