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One Of The Girls

There is a line of socks called "The Girls," featuring designs like "Shopping Girl" and "Quilting Girl," and, of course,
She is part of this week's Countdown Prize.

Socks, a little journal for notes and such, and a set of finishing/darning needles.  They could all be yours if you answer this question by Friday:

What "Girl" would a pair of socks made specifically for you be?

Mine would be "Napping Girl," or maybe "Watching Sports Girl."

The winner will be announced on Saturday. . .

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  1. Yours would be cowgirl. Or at least cowgirl boots wearing girl... Mine would be baking girl. Or snacking girl. Or traveling girl. Or work(s) in progress girl.

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  2. Nature girl would be mine. With a image of a owl on it .

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  3. sipping tea girl! I always have tea near by!

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  4. There are lots of girls I would be, but probably "Laughing Girl" would win out.

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  5. Mine would be dog walking girl. Or alpaca birthing girl. Or alpaca castration girl. Yes, let us go with that last one since I am able to castrate an alpaca on my own!

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