There is a lady here in California on the Central Coast in the town of Santa Maria, she is The Purple Lady. She lives in a purple house. The house has purple walls, purple carpet, purple furniture , a purple kitchen in which there are purple appliances and purple counter tops. Lets just say the house is full of different shades of purple. The Purple Lady has purple hair, purple eye glasses, and wears only purple clothes, except for lent when she gives up purple. Oh and lets not forget she can be seen driving around town in her purple car. I'm not sure how long she has been purple, that seems to be up for debate, but it has been a long time. She has four sons, one of which I'm in love with. This is how I know The Purple Lady. She is kind of a celebrity, she has been on Letterman and Real People. It seems she is also famous in Japan.
The Purple Lady is a knitter. She was, from what her son has told me, a very good knitter. She won awards at the county fair for her knitted sweaters. Unfortunately she no longer knits, she is now in her 80s and has arthritis. The Purple Lady is the most loving and giving person I know. She has a wonderful heart. What she did yesterday was give me knitting needles. She said take what what you want. Take needles and yarn. I felt kind of weird, I was like a kid in a candy store. She has everything. Her yarn was organized in boxes by project. Each box has the amount of yarn needed for that project. I could not get over the amount she had. The amount of needles was amazing too. She has needles she has never touched, they are still in the original package. What I did get were some really nice circular needles and some yarn. She said to me do you need more and I said not today, but I will know where to go if I do. Thank you Purple Lady! God bless you.