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I’ve been thinking about you. Are you doing all right?
Very busy at work. xD I am thinking about you as well, hoping everything is right. n_n
Your last post made me sad. Work is a great distraction, isn’t it? I’m fine. Thanks so much for stopping by. xo
Hehe, yes, ehem! a distraction.n_n but I hope to have more free time in future.
Yes, you are busy! I hope you rest soon. All my best to you, my Peruvian Gulliver 🙂
Thank you my far (and close at the same time) friend. ^_^
Needles and threads are a prickly business.
Lol. Very prickly, indeed. 🙂
You my friend have what I call threading the needle
Do you know how to sew?
Wonderful lines..:)”Mend me with your kiss.” loved this lines..:)
Hi V! Thank you kindly. 😊💐
Excellent. Love to a T
Thank you for that lovely compliment 🌹
This haiku is a bliss!
Oh, thanks much, Somali!💝🌺
Your wonderful Haiku put me
in mind of the Bank of England in London.
Why? I hear you ask.
Because it’s on Threadneedle Street. 😀
FUNNY! I love the name of that street — only in England. 😀
love the word unravel – it can mean so much.
Yes, like “My heart unravels at the seams when you stay away from me far too long.” xo
Wonderful haiku… ❤ … 🙂
I tried threading a needle once. True story.
Just once? You don’t even know how to sew a button on your shirt? If a button fell off, who’d sew it on for you — grandma?
I may not know how to sew a button, but I know how to buy a new shirt. Problem solved.
It’s so easy to sew on a button. You can google it. Or next time I’m in town, I’ll show you. There’s also a threader that’ll help make threading a needle easier. It’s really worth it to learn. 😊
Ehhh….okay! Nope. Wait…fine — I’ll learn to sew….someday.
There is something old world about this piece. Like something you’d find embroidered on a 17th century castle pillow. Lovely. ❤
Now that is an awesome comment! Thanks Merrie ❤
I really liked this one too. (You’re great at haiku!) ‘Fraid I can’t think of any silly jokes for my comment, though.
Haha! Ah, you’re the best, BunK😆 Thank you!
You’re welcome! 🙂
Life’s a stitch, and then you dye.
Ah, that’s terrific! 😀
I’m sure someone else must have thought of it. A quick Google turned up an edition in a series of needlecraft mysteries with a similar title. Turns out I have no original thoughts. ☹️
It’s still a pretty awesome quote, and there may be similar ones, but none exactly like yours. 🙂
Lovely, Rose. A lover’s kiss can cure a multitude of ills, even the dreaded unraveling.
Ah, such amazing words! Thanks Cathy. xo
You’re welcome. 🙂
I was half expecting a longer yarn 😉
I didn’t want to string you along too long 😀
Yeah, best to avoid too many loose ends.
😀 Lol. Nice. You win!
So exquisite, love this one!
Thank you for stopping by and offering such sweet words!
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Rose Perez has been a hunter and dealer of art and vintage ware for over twenty years. You can find her ebay shop at http://stores.ebay.com/yay.
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