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Thread: My pony came!

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    Junior Member rubia's Avatar
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    Wink My pony came!

    My boyfriend asked if it would be okay to get me one large present of something I really wanted instead of a bunch of little things. I said, "Okay. You can buy me a pony."

    One day, he came over and asked if I wanted one of my Christmas presents early because I really needed it. I said, "Sure but bring some hay for the pony. I guess we can tie her up in the backyard for a few days until you can take her to the farm." (He lives on a farm.) He brought me a vacuum. Which I desperately needed and am so happy to have.

    After that, he did mention a time or two again about a "big" present.

    I've been working on a quilt and have been having some problems with the machine I'm using. He said, "Well, maybe your Christmas present will make it easier." Seriously? I already suspected but, seriously?? LOL Dead giveaway!!

    So, my pony arrived on Christmas morning. Her name is Singer. She quilts. Her registered name is Singer Confidence Quilter 7469Q.

    I haven't been home long enough since I received it to even take it out of the box!! I am so so sooooo excited! I've been using my grandmother's circa 1992, cranky machine for three or four years now. I can't wait to get at this machine!!!
    Sharon from Winchester

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    http://skyviewacres.blogspot.com - family farm

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    Better than a pony!
    You can have any design you want. As long as it's loops!

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    A pony named Singer - how great! Kudos to the Boyfriend.
    Linda

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    Just think of how much money you will save not having to buy hay, more to buy fabric. I want new pony.

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    Very nice present, good for you and enjoy!!!
    Another Phyllis
    This life is the only one you get - enjoy it before you lose it.

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    Wow what a wonderful gift, and that boy friend is a keeper Happy New Year and happy quilting.
    If it wasn't for stress.......I wouldn't have any energy at all !!
    Nancy

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    He's a keeper.

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    WOW He is a keeper. Have fun with your new "pony".
    Sue
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    And it never hurts to keep an angel on your shoulder.

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    I vote him a keeper too. Sounds like he really understands that a pony is a necessity.
    Sunnie
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    Giddy up on that pony cowgirl! Wow don't you love farmers. They are the best. Hehehehehe
    Anna Quilts

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