This escrow officer travels to her customers to sign documents and what did I find when I visited this seller at his place of business?
Yarn in every color, size and textures imaginable. All of a sudden my pulse started racing and I was taken back to a couple decades ago when I passionately made afghans, scarves, lacey doileys and even collars.
I couldn't help but look around as I went over his HUD Settlement Statement and Escrow Instructions. I had to pause and ask him a couple of questions about his beginnings with yarn, which go back to when he was a child too. I re-focused my attention to the sale that I was hired to close, but I couldn't leave that store without purchasing some beautiful yarns for my "new" hobby.
Morgan creates patterns and offers them to his customers. Since we met a few weeks ago, I have crocheted 7 (?) scarves and have enough yarn to do a few more in some very interesting patterns and colors. You can see what I am giving away for Christmas presents (don't tell anyone) to those I find worthy of wearing such soft beauty. If you find yourself in a similar condition and want to check it out, the name of his store is All Points Yarn. You will not be dissappointed.