The almost true exploits of an intrepid spinster and her stitching...and all of the things that make up her crazy, happy, quiet little life.
I was in Chile last spring and fell in love with the country and the people. Totally amazing place!! I'm so glad that the miners lived through this and that they are getting them out of the mine. Very compelling tv. Seems we are all Chileanos today!PamelaTucson
Thanks for posting the Chilean flag. I haven't slept much wanting to see very one come out. I didn't think it was possible to cry EVERY single time!I am SOOOO happy for them & their families.Love,Beth
I am watching Live on CNN. Can't turn away from this. Such a Miracle !! Heartfelt moments!!!
This is truly a miracle!! Bravo, Chile!!
Prayers have been answered!
Hear, hear! So good to have happy news for a change, isn't it!! God bless everyone who is involved in bringing those men hmoe safe and sound!!HAPPY STITCHIN'TerriP.S. Coni, meant to post yesterday to tell you that I absolutely love reading your blog...and your recent post about the MRI episode was priceless!
It's such an absolute miracle. It's just amazing to watch them emerge from the mine. Need to find more tissues.
Heartwarming to watch isn't it? Hugs
I've been stitching while watching their progress all day. 33 up; now only the rescuers remain. Question: who will harness in and shut the Fenix door for the last rescuer? Every time I see my progress of today's stitching, I will think of this wonderful day. Hugs to all who brought them to the surface.
I am so glad that a news story has a happy ending for once!
I agree with everyone. That was so uplifting! I was glued to the tv. Just watching the miners faces and their families was unbelievable!