Stitching together a life here in Singapore while also learning to knit.

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  1. Hi Susan
    How are you? Your Twitter post alerted me to your Woolgathering blog. I have been following your Adventures blog.

    I enjoy reading your blog. It provides connections and opportunities for positive reflections on the time my wife Shao Ping and I lived in Singapore (1999-2004). I kept a little “blog”
    for a couple of months but work intruded. The first job was not good and I left. This is that little “blog”…


    I had been to SAS several times in the past, back in 2003. Your IT team had sought advice from NTU regarding the Blackboard LMS. I gave a workshop one afternoon at your school as well ~ December 8th, 2003.

    I met a number of your colleagues and students during the International Coastal Cleanups at Sungei Buloh in 2001, 2002 and 2003. My friend Siva has posted many of the photographs I took online. http://coastalcleanup.nus.edu.sg/galleries.html

    I miss Singapore. I am lucky that I am able to visit 3 to 4 times a year as I give workshops for NTU and MOE. I shall be back for a visit in February to give some workshops and to give a presentation. That will be good.

    Your knitting blog has beautiful photographs Susan. Your husband Richard has a gift there.

    Kind regards

    John Larkin

  2. John,
    Thanks for your kind words. As reader of both of my blogs you must be a glutton for punishment. Let me know if you end up with any free time when you visit in Feburary. It would be good to meet up!

  3. Susan, I’m such a dork! I’ve been getting comments from you on my blog (Zekslite) and thinking you were a Susan from my knitting group. I am so sorry for being so clueless and for just now clicking the link to your beautiful blog!

    But you are possible a connection to my sister and brother in law, Becky and Patrick Green? They were teachers at Singapore American School until recently.

    I’m spindleknitter on Ravelry–if you’re there, send me a message.

    Happy stale s’more making in Singapore, and frog finding, and many other good things (monkeys in the trees?).


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