Not only did she read one of the chapters that I really liked (about when the underneath of her front porch was invaded by a skunk), but she read it in such a way that anytime I read her stuff I'll hear her voice (and yes, she has a strong Canadian accent). She also revealed the three cities in North America where she will never visit again, because something humiliating happened there. Those cities happen to be Memphis, Pittsburgh, and Calgary, and the retelling of these stories had many of us in tears, we were laughing so hard.
I picked up a copy of Knitting Rules, and asked her to sign that, along with the new one, and one I had at home, All Wound Up. I do like having signed books.
Stephanie Pearl-McPhee, signing one of my books.
I wonder if she knows how lovely her smile is?
Waiting for my book.
The Yarn Harlot with the Yarn Whore.