This escrow officer travels to her customers to sign documents and what did I find?

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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. Morgan at All Points Yarn  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.

Happy knitting!

Julie 

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Rebecca L. Stanley
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MBH Settlement Group, LC

That's funny. I travel on location to do closings too and never have found anything that interesting yet. I've done some in home cases where pets sat on my lap while I went over documents, but no yarn :(

October 29, 2009 06:49 PM
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Linda Powers
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Resort Realty - Duck

Julie,

You lucky dog. I am a knitaholic. For me a trip to my favorite yarn shop Knitting Addiction, is better than chocolate. I will check out your new passion store for sure. Happy crocheting!

October 29, 2009 06:51 PM
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Julie Booth
Keeping the parties informed of the escrow process
Booth Escrow, LLC

Hi Rebecca, it sounds like you are open to the opportunity and that is great!

October 29, 2009 06:52 PM
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Julie Booth
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Booth Escrow, LLC

Linda, it looks like Jeanne from Knitting Addition and Morgan from All Points Yarn must be kindred spirits.  He also hand dyes his yarns and teaches classes all over the country.  I wonder if they know each other?  You are a lucky woman to have this in your neighborhood!

October 30, 2009 10:01 AM
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Kat

Wow! No wonder your pulse raced.

Joy is where you find it!

Love your Newsletter!

Merry Christmas! XO Kat

December 07, 2009 11:47 AM
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