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Thread: No More Quilting Board!!!!!

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    Good luck with that!

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    I set the timer for 45 minutes...that is it!
    "You must do the thing you think you cannot do"....E. Roosevelt

    Sharon
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    I just love it.

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    I wonder about that, too! I really need a 12 step program for QB, but the problem with that is I don't want to stop! Real addict, I guess!

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    I live alone and get tired of talking to myself. Reading all these messages every day is like having someone to exchange ideas, suggestions etc or just to talk with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Imakequilts View Post
    I live alone and get tired of talking to myself. Reading all these messages every day is like having someone to exchange ideas, suggestions etc or just to talk with.
    I am so with you on this. I've lived alone for 4 yrs. now since losing my husb. of 50 yrs. & I consider the QB my "social life". That sounds pathetic even to me but I live in a rather isolated area so don't know anybody around here anymore. Between my laptop & the TV I do manage to get to my sewing mach. Ok so I have a TV in my sewing rm.
    I'm going crazy though since my sewing stuff is packed in the car ready to head south to Ariz. tom. Lots of people around & a bunch of quilters. I have to be careful about sharing too much of what I learn on the QB since they're pretty self involved & don't want to hear others' ideas. They're loss.

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    Mine is in my sewing room and sometime I wish it wasn't. I,m hooked on the site and if I spent
    half the time sewing as reading, I would be way ahead of what I want to make. But then I wouldn't
    be learning as much as I do. (what to do?)
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    LOL, I am thinking the same thing. I have lots of things to make for Christmas gifts but don't seem to have time once I get on the quilting board!

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    Quote Originally Posted by postal packin' mama View Post
    okay for you --- now I HAVE to keep checking here constantly to see if you've come back.....! Ohhh, the suspense!
    (yeah, right, as if I wasn't here all the time already)
    My feelings axactly!!! ha ha ha

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    I am right there with all of you QB addicts. I find it so relaxing in the evenings to read as many threads and posts as I can.
    Kitsy

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