Yes. ( Laughter ) We’re here at Lens Mill stores in Waterloo. Oh no, no were not. “No no we’re in Cambridge.” (said Daniel) We’re in the Cambridge actually. But how many stores does Lens Mill have? “8” (said Phyllis) 8 (more laughter) We have totally. (more laughter) “You’ll have to edit” (said Phyllis) (non stop laughter) “Fabulous.” (said Daniel) “We’re not done.” (Phyllis) “Aren’t we?” (Phyllis) “Yeah.” (Daniel) We have to speak loud in this store, because there is a factory apparently running on the upper level, of this particular warehouse. So our dear…….. (Daniel says something, to quiet to hear.) Yeah you don’t. “And you’re not into it?” He doesn’t have the patience. “He doesn’t have the patience?” (Phyllis) No. “No I’m a musician.” (Daniel) He’d rather handle his tinker bells. “Oh, you’re a musician.” (Phyllis) Yeah, yeah, yeah. (each saying at the same time) (laughter) “Well you’re a different Crayola.” (Phyllis)Sorry to hear that.”(Daniel”) Like it’s a sickness. “No, no you’re a different colored Crayola.” (Phyllis) “That’s exactly it. Different colored cloth. Got that?” (Daniel) Yeah. “Do you hear that.” (Phyllis) Yeah I did. (Michael laughing) (group laughter) “This is, like that’s the way it is.” (Phyllis)…… Back to work here. Do you work here full time? “I do. Actually I work 10-3. 5 days a week.” (Phyllis) 10-3. So you have time to do all this when? “At night.”(Phyllis) Uh really? “Um hmm” (Phyllis) So you’re yarning all day. “I’m yarning all day.” (Phyllis) “And I’m hockeying all night.” (Phyllis) You’re yarning all day. (Mikey overlaps) (all laughing) “I watch hockey from 7 to whenever.” (Phyllis) Well how can you? You’re doing all the crafting. “Oh I can do it, and uh, watch TV.” (Phyllis) Really? “It’s like me in University, I used to like study and watch TV at the same time.” (Daniel) “Sure.” (Phyllis) “Sure, sure we can.” (Phyllis) “Yeah, exactly.” (Daniel) Okay, so Phyllis here is gonna give us a tour of Lens Mill. The yarn section, the best section, right? “The best!” (Phyllis) The best. “The very best.” (Phyllis) So we have a running factory that is right above us, so we’re gonna be yelling. Right? “Yes” (Phyllis) That’s right “Yes.” (Phyllis) Perfectly (laughter) How many times can you say “yes” in a row? “Always!” (Phyllis) “YES! Yes.” (yells Daniel) (laughter) “This is the hockey, you know” (Daniel) “This is the enthusiasm!” (Phyllis) “That’s right.” (Daniel) So, show us what you have here. “Alright, I set it up Baby.” (Phyllis) Baby. Did you do that? “Yeah.” (Phyllis) Stop it. “Now that’s crocheted. So you could do that.” (Phyllis) Nice. “Isn’t that nice? Look at the boots. I did the boots for the kids.” (Phyllis)That’s crochet? “Yeah.” (Phyllis) What size hook is that? “That’s three and a half millimeter”.(Phyllis) Phyllis, you’re fabulous! (noises and laughter) That’s really nice. “Yeah, I love that! I thought that was cute.” (Phyllis) Oh my. “That’s, that’s why you can’t watch TV and, lol, and crochet.” (Phyllis) (Laughter) “You haven’t got the right hook.” (Phyllis) (LOL) “Why don’t, you gotta have the right hook…. (Phyllis) Well you know what? You know Daniel and I don’t have television. We have reruns. “That’s why I love hockey I guess. They can’t rerun it!” (Phyllis) (Lol) (Laughter) “It’s a gimmick.” (Phyllis) You are so precious. “Yeah I can’t rewind that one.” (Phyllis) So what’s this macrame?…… “Wine glasses” (Phyllis) Oh my wine glass, yeah is wobbly anyway. “That’s why were hitting it.” (Phyllis) (Laughter) “Ahhh boy. Yeah, that’s what that is.” (Phyllis) Oh okay. “I hold” (Phyllis) I know, I actually crochet differently. I crochet like I’m stabbing somebody. “Do ya?” (Phyllis) (Laughter) That’s true. When I crochet, I crochet like this. Huh. (Phyllis) Stab stab stab.