Danny, a Hearst 'boy' works at Ruby's Wool/Tool store.
Now, each summer when I go into the store, Danny mentions to me that his Mom reads my blog. Religiously is the word Danny uses. Danny tells me his Mom is NOT a knitter (a situation that is not too late to change, Danny's Mom) but that she reads the blog because she enjoys my writing style. Quite a compliment. Thanks, Danny's Mom.
So today's post is for Danny and his Mom.
You raised a great boy, Danny's Mom. He is always polite and helpful - and not to embarrass you Danny, but single too - I do imagine that when he began his career at the tool store, he never expected to be selling yarn. But he has made the transition gracefully and is unfailingly helpful and patient.
Of course he is a man of many talents. Not only is he great with yarn sales but it was Danny who introduced me to the absolute best cleaner in the world.
Oops! Did I just give a commercial endorsement on this blog? Only for you Danny.
Danny's Mom, I am sure you know what a treasure you have in Danny, but now, the rest of the blog world knows too. As always, thanks for reading.
Does Danny's mom crochet?
:) That's a great story.
List of places I want to travel too:
The Victoria and Albert Museum
L'Anse aux Meadows
The Hebrides and Shetland Islands
Ruby's Wool/Tool Store.
ROAD TRIP!! Love that combination... the crazy places you find wool... In Norway, too, you find yarns everywhere. Thanks for the story and endorsement! LOL
Hi Brenda! This is Mary, Danny's mom. I was really happy & surprised to see the blog you wrote. As you must of heard, I totally enjoy your writing even though I'm not a knitter myself. Thanks for the nice compliments about my son; I agree with everything you wrote. Will keep on reading your blog religiously!
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