Maureen Moniz
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At 6:56am on October 28, 2012, Debbie said…

Please go to the U.S. Forum page on the KAS website and read about a new fund-raising drive to raise funds for a newer vehicle for Ronda. She is in great need of a more reliable car to take the blankets and hats to the creches and the squares to the stitchers. A donation of any amount is valuable. Thanks

At 6:30pm on April 12, 2010, jen phillips said…
Hi Maureen, Your litle Girls are so cute !! LeeLee reminds me of my crossMaltese/Poodle who passed away some years ago. What a princess, never realized she was actually a dog. Your puppies are not so 'old' and with the love and care I am sure you lavish on them, you will have them around for many years yet. My Muffin lived to be 15 and left a great gap in our lives when she left. Jen x
At 2:21am on March 1, 2010, Maureen Moniz said…
Hi Jessica, Thanks. I am glad you like "The Girlies". They are Maltese, left to right- LeeLee, Lucy and Holly. We actually have a 4th Girlie... a 7 year old Yorkie that was rescued from a puppy mill.... she had had 10 litters in 7 years, and was so underweight, when we saw her, my heart just broke, and we brought her home to join our crowd....Now, miss Lexi is the Queen, and all get along well. One of these days. I will have to try to get all 4 of them in a photo.... easier said than done!!!! BTW, they are all " old ladies" the youngest is 7, the oldest, 9, but my DH does not allow us to refer to them using the D-word(dog) ... so, puppies it is!!! Maureen
At 2:14am on March 1, 2010, Jessica A. said…
Your little dogs are to cute, are they bichon frise? I have always like those puppies, hope to get one of my own.

How is your knitting or crocheting going?
At 1:18am on February 24, 2010, Maureen Moniz said…
Thanks for the update, Jen.... I will check the link when I get to work.... that computer is MUCH faster than my dinosaur here at home. Hugs,
At 10:46am on February 23, 2010, jen phillips said…
Hi Maureen - I read your posting on the USA group about the importing of stuff into south Africa. One of the things that came to mind was an article by a doctor who worked to get baby stuff into the area where I live. She was told that 'unscrupulous individuals' managed to get their hands on items meant for charity and sold them for their own gain. The SA gov.t restricted importation of charity stuff, in particular second hand clothing unless the president declares a state of emergency/national disaster. This may have trickled down the line and that is one of the reasons that squares may get easier access into the country because who is going to nick a box of squares?
You can find this info' on the web site KZN Baby Pack (a charity dear to my own heart as it is literally on my back door-step) - second hand clothing dilemma.
regards Jen
At 1:23pm on February 18, 2010, Kalai McDonald said…
Hi Maureen

Welcome to our warm KAS community. It's great to see you. We hope you will enjoy the forum and your region's group. You should join the USA group!

There are lots of great discussions going on in the forum, including the monthly challenges.

We have a challenge every month, if you want to get involved please do. It's not compulsory at all but some of the work done is just lovely. Have a look at the November challenge - the SLIP-OVER (under challenges in the main forum) this will give you an idea of some of the fantastic work this community is doing for the children of South Africa. Here is a link to the November challenge photos:

Did you receive the latest ezine? If not you can view it here:

Thanks so much for your contribution already, look forward to being in contact soon.

Happy Knitting!

Kalai & Sandy
At 4:25am on February 18, 2010, Maureen Moniz said…
Thank you, to both Dawns, I appreciate the warm welcome.
I don't know much about these forums,.... old dog, new trick type problems!! But maybe I will learn something new! I love to knit baby items, ranging fromterm sized blankets to going home sweaters and even burial layettes.... And I also like to make mittens!! Squares are my favorite" I don;t have the time to start something new" project, or to do during a really good movie where I don;t have to pay attentiont to complicated directions!! HUGS, Maureen
At 4:14am on February 18, 2010, dawn laverty said…
Welcome from another retired NICU worker! Not retirement age yet, but doing midwifery now.
Hope you enjoy finding lots of like minded friends on this very friendly forum.
Dawn x
At 3:53am on February 18, 2010, Dawn Blake said…
Hi Maureen
Welcome to the forum. I started knitting for Kas last Nov and find it addictive so will you.
Speak to you again soon


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