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Thread: Not an Addiction

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    Quilting is not an Addiction . Nor anything that is needed to quilt by. It is Thearpy Now lets tell ourselfs that so we all have good selfaseem(?). We give most of what we make away and that makes us feel good. Quilting is Relaxation so it is a form of stress releaf. It is cheaper than going to see someone. We get out more. We talk to more people. So can you add more to this list so Quilting is not an Addiction? We could be doing a lot worse. OH Ya When I get into my Quilting I don't stop for anything so I don't eat. There for I loose weight. Good for my health.

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    I love the way you think!!!!!!!!!

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    Works for me.LOL

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    it works for me except the eating part it seems there is always something for me to snack on but i do get so involved I sometimes don't stop to eat a meal.

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    girlfriend, i love the way you think :wink:
    quilting keeps me from going to pieces :lol:

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    GMTA (Great Minds Think Alike) :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

    So, now I will tell hubby I'm in my Therapy room (aka Sewing room).

    NOW if this is therapy why can't I get a DR to give me a prescription to buy more fabric, notions, and books, etc, etc. Then I could write off all this as a "medical expense". :wink: :roll: :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by grammy Dwynn
    GMTA (Great Minds Think Alike) :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

    So, now I will tell hubby I'm in my Therapy room (aka Sewing room).

    NOW if this is therapy why can't I get a DR to give me a prescription to buy more fabric, notions, and books, etc, etc. Then I could write off all this as a "medical expense". :wink: :roll: :lol:
    hey, great idea. :idea: :thumbup:

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    I agree!!! First two years here, I was going crazy. Didn't know anyone, didn't realize we were moving to an area of HERMITS!!! Finally started quilting.........met a few nice people, enjoy going into my favorite quilt shop AND I met you all, online!! Life doesn't get any better! :mrgreen:

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    Quote Originally Posted by grammy Dwynn
    GMTA (Great Minds Think Alike) :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

    So, now I will tell hubby I'm in my Therapy room (aka Sewing room).

    NOW if this is therapy why can't I get a DR to give me a prescription to buy more fabric, notions, and books, etc, etc. Then I could write off all this as a "medical expense". :wink: :roll: :lol:
    LMAO :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by grammy Dwynn
    GMTA (Great Minds Think Alike) :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

    So, now I will tell hubby I'm in my Therapy room (aka Sewing room).

    NOW if this is therapy why can't I get a DR to give me a prescription to buy more fabric, notions, and books, etc, etc. Then I could write off all this as a "medical expense". :wink: :roll: :lol:
    ohhh, I love the way you BOTH think :lol:
    Oh, doc...I'm really, really sick,...I need a lot of prescriptions today...and possibly a recheck for new scripts tomorrow...I'm pretty sure, I won't be cured any time soon :wink:

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