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At the beginning of October there is a knitting show I attend as an exhibitor, and to which I cart a couple of machines and their ribbers, a table and a stand, lots of yarn, books and things to sell.
This year my daughter decided to go on holiday, and my husband decided he was ill, and someone decided to park cars in front of our house for days on end, so I could not load up the car in readiness.
I got up at seven thirty and started carrying things down to the front of the house, then brought the car as close as possible to load it. I drove to the venue, unloaded and set up for the ten o'clock start, then talked to people and sold things until 4 o'clock, when I packed up what was left and came home.
I have been unloading the car a bit at a time, I must confess, but I was quite pleased with myself for what I achieved on the day.
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