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Thread: Something new in my house!

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    Super Member caspharm's Avatar
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    Jan 2011
    Have fun. I tried weaving and would probably still enjoy it, but I went back to work and quilting and reading take all my time.

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    Super Member ShowMama's Avatar
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    More power to you! I say teach DH how to use the loom as well. He might find it lots of fun.
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    Super Member nstitches4u's Avatar
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    Independence, MO
    Have fun with your new toy. It is always fun to learn new things.

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    Super Member Chasing Hawk's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by blueheavenfla View Post
    Retirement is hard work...hard to decide what we want to do next!
    How true!!

    My husband and I are both retired. There aren't enough hours in the day sometimes. We have enough projects lined up to keep us busy for eons. A few weeks ago I was in my sewing room till past midnight. Just having a blast sewing and creating.

    Best part is .....I can sleep as long as I want to.
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    Senior Member captlynhall's Avatar
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    League City, Texas, USA
    I played in my younger years, so now I have to pay the piper. Will probably have to work til I die. Even though I enjoy my work, it would be nice to have more time to quilt and garden and read and play my piano...so enjoy your loom and don't feel pressed to 'accomplish'.
    When a dying man asked his pastor "How long does it take to die?" his pastor's heartfelt reply was "A lifetime." Live life to the fullest, but stop now and then to enjoy the sunset.

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    Senior Member Phyllis42's Avatar
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    I agree that retirement is hard work. I have to train my brain to not take on new projects. I can't keep up with what I am currently sewing! All in fun. Quilting has kept me sane during radiation and chemo.

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