You have served me faithfully and unfailingly for nearly 3 years now, and for all of that time I have valued your enthusiasm and willingness. I apologize for taking you for granted and for testing your limits. I know that I burned you out at Christmas time with all the gift projects and I respect your need to take a break.
However, we are coming up on nearly three months of your break. I would appreciate you coming back soon. I miss you. I miss all the fun times we had and all the fun projects we worked on together. I would love the unfinished projects we have left languishing to peak your interest again, but if we need to find something new to get you rejuvenated, I’m willing to try that as well.
I can’t promise that I won’t abuse you again, I would love to only knit what you want and when you are willing to participate, but Grandma has been asking for a new pair of socks since Christmas. She even tested her karma by making a big stink about how long we were taking to my mom and subsequently broke her ankle and knee. It’s not nice of us to test her temper further when she was so gushingly thrilled with the last pair of socks she received. Also, all those babies are still coming whether you want to knit for them or not.
I have a busy week ahead. I’ve got plans with a friend this weekend, my flight to California is next Wednesday and my apartment is still a royal mess. What I’m saying is, I can find other ways to occupy my time this week. However, I would like to utilize you on my flight and I have plans for you on the 2-week road trip back from California.
So there’s your deadline, please take your time this week wrap up any projects you’ve been working on in the meantime and I would like you to report back on duty fit and ready to work when we get on the bus to the airport on Wednesday.
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