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Patti replied on Wed, Feb 6 2013 7:35 AM | Locked

Is, praying for your fil.

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Debbie-do replied on Wed, Feb 6 2013 7:41 AM | Locked

Angele:

Boy I need to be either retired or have a part time job so I can sew more...

You and me both, Angele!  This job thing is so creatively stiflling!  I do like that paycheck tho...

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Sukochi replied on Wed, Feb 6 2013 8:39 AM | Locked

Debbie, Do you think we culd use the Heat-n-bond Vinyl on postcards?

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Ginny replied on Wed, Feb 6 2013 9:18 AM | Locked

MNnancy,  I also noticed his very clean work shop.  I also noticed his very good dust collection system in the background.  That is a big help( no, a must)  for keeping down the sawdust. Especilaly when he varnishes in the same space.  I am impressed with his workshop too.  Oh, by the way, I like his shop apron, great job.   I made an apron for my youngest GGS a year ago for Christmas with some of the same fabric you used.  He loved it.  The thing is I made it for a coverup when he eats or has poscicles or such, but he took up on the builder part of it and tried to put his tools in the pocket and wear it around the house to "fix" things.    Ginny

 

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Sukochi replied on Wed, Feb 6 2013 9:38 AM | Locked

Anyone going to the Quilt Expo in Atlanta on March 7 -9? It is an awesome show, with tons of quilts and tons of vendors.

Making a quilt to donate to the Adairsville Tornado victums. Quilted Hugs From Maddie has been in touch with the United Way and will donate quilts, in early March. Anyone interested, let nantenn know. Nan said the representative, at United Way, was thrilled to death for this to happen.

Yay, no dentist today. He called and said we can do the filling next week when the crown is in and ready to cement. Yay, a reprieve.

Off to go for a walk.

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Ginny replied on Wed, Feb 6 2013 10:25 AM | Locked

Is2116,  I am sorry to hear that your FIL in not doing better..  Do they give the family any hope that he will come out of this?   I am praying for your family in this matter.    Ginny

 

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Ginny replied on Wed, Feb 6 2013 10:26 AM | Locked

Love your hot water bottle's turtle neck, Kris.     Ginny

 

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chocake2 replied on Wed, Feb 6 2013 10:28 AM | Locked

WHat color do Mommy's wear? Smooshed Graham cracker Beige.   ...It is now officially my least favorite color.

 

I feel like I've been going at a dead run all week, and in reality I haven't done much of anything.

 Our drier has been functioning very pourly of late. I asked DH to check it out, specifically the vents, a couple of weeks ago because it flashes an "Overheat" error code and shuts itself off regularly. He did as I asked and assured me that all the vents were clear and fully operational. Meanwhile the problem has gotten worse. Well, as I told you before, it cost nearly $200 just to have the repairman set foot in the door. In shear despiration yesterday (After I chased my clean undies through the neighbors yard in the wind -- clotheslines aren't a good option in a sustained 45mph blow!) I tore that dang machine apart. (Sprout was VERY helpful!! I gotta tell you, doing appliance work with a busy baby underfoot ain't no picnic.) The area under the lint trap was packed solid with lint. I filled a gallon bucket with fuzz from an space that was about 2.5"x10"!    Hubby said it wasn't a lint issue... Odd... the machine is working fine now. And I expect that missing screw to appear in a diaper anytime now...

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Lesley replied on Wed, Feb 6 2013 10:33 AM | Locked

ls2116 really hope FIL improves.

 

Gini thank you. I found some green suncream with lidocain which has really helped no blister so I hope it stays that way.

Work was work today but I really wished I didn't have to go every day! Hope tomorrow is better!! Trying to decide what to cook for tea that's not too many Weight Watchers points. I love my food but today I can't really be bothered, however DH needs to be fed so will try and make an effort!!

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Nana replied on Wed, Feb 6 2013 10:35 AM | Locked

CC

It sounds like you had one of your "normal" days....LOL>

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Lesley replied on Wed, Feb 6 2013 10:36 AM | Locked

Kris I love your hottie's jumper. Mine has a lilac spotty furry cover.

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Ginny replied on Wed, Feb 6 2013 10:36 AM | Locked

CC, you reminded me that that is what I need to do to my dryer.  I have to go online and find out how to take that front part off so when the basement warms up a little I can get down there on the floor to work on it.

Yep, I bet you will be finding that missing screw in a day or two.  LOL     Ginny

 

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Sukochi replied on Wed, Feb 6 2013 11:13 AM | Locked

Every 6 months, Jim take the front off the dryer, and cleans lint off every working part in there. IT keeps our dryer running well for a very, very loooong time. At this rate I will never get a set of thse fancy front loading wahser and dryers. Pooh!

He, also ,empties the hot water heater, twice a year. Drain till the water runs clear. It runs much more efficently and lasts much longer. We screw a hose to the spiget on the w.h. and run the hose out the window ,then turn the water on.  If you live in a area high in minerals, you would not believe how awful that water runs in the beginning.

How big should I make charity quilts? I was thinking 60 by 60?

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Karla replied on Wed, Feb 6 2013 11:41 AM | Locked

Another emergency trip to the dentist for DH, broke off a tooth or lost a filling, not sure which.  These emergency dental trips are beginning to dig into my Branson money...

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Donna B replied on Wed, Feb 6 2013 11:48 AM | Locked

Vivian, where are you???  I know we just checked on Spud, but we also haven't heard from Vivian since the Holidays (or around then).

 Are you out there lurking, Vivian?  We miss you!  Hope you are doing well!

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