Saturday Star - - LIFESTYLE -

Tar­ryn do­nated R400 and a note­book, which I dropped off at an ec­static Pen­man last week. I saw him later and he men­tioned he’d called her to thank her.

Ali­son tells me the Blair­gowrie com­mu­nity have taken the Knit­ter into their hearts. They say they have plans, which I won’t dis­close just now. A fairly use­less piece of feed­back, I sup­pose, but I thought it worth a men­tion that peo­ple are still car­ing and help­ing Michelle.

Says thing are much bet­ter. He started telling me about some gar­den­ing place that had con­tacted him, but the lights changed and I couldn’t stop to chat. He also got a few men­tions from show host Michelle, when I was in­ter­viewed about this se­ries on SAfm.

Some­one who wishes to re­main anony­mous do­nated R800 to­wards Cabline’s rent ar­rears and is cur­rently pes­ter­ing a doc­tor friend of hers to as­sist in find­ing a way to help him with get­ting an ar­ti­fi­cial leg.

A num­ber of peo­ple stopped the last cou­ple of days and com­mis­er­ated with the Wire Artists at the loss of their friend Agrippa. They are very con­ge­nial guys and all made a point of thank­ing me for not­ing the loss in the Satur­day Star.

Still at­tends the Cy­cle Lab ev­ery Satur­day and says he en­joys it and ev­ery­body treats him well. The lady who runs the restau­rant said in pass­ing, “He is good with kids – my grand­daugh­ter re­ally en­joys him”.

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