Dear Adafruit, all of you,
After these several years of working with Adafruit wearables technology, and multiple orders for Floras, NeoPixels, thread, sensors and many other things, it occurred to me that perhaps a deeply-felt Thank You! is in order. Adafruit’s service has always been incredible: accurate orders, fast shipping (even ground UPS), patient response to inquiries, and general responsiveness. The Show and Tells are part of this, since seeing what other people are up to is always intriguing, and Adafruit’s enthusiasm for the diversity of them is one of the reasons I’m here, and still a customer of yours. Your support of people who make wearables is unstinting, and there just aren’t enough words of thanks.
So, from the bottom of my heart, thank you and may we all live long and go out and light up the world.
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