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Thread: Sewing in a blizzard

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    Super Member 978gray's Avatar
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    Well with a blizzard battering us in eastern Mass, and work getting cancelled for the first time since 1997, I am spending my day in my sewing room working on a couple of different quilts!

    Who says adults do not get snow days!

    Pretty soon, I'll have to shovel, but enjoying some me time for now!

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    Enjoy your quilting, stay warm! :)

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    Oh I remember those rare days growing up in Tyngsboro

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    Quote Originally Posted by 978gray
    Well with a blizzard battering us in eastern Mass, and work getting cancelled for the first time since 1997, I am spending my day in my sewing room working on a couple of different quilts!

    Who says adults do not get snow days!

    Pretty soon, I'll have to shovel, but enjoying some me time for now!
    What is your storm totals where you are? I'm in Albany NY and we got about a foot, maybe a little less. My older daughter had a snow day and I haven't done a bit of sewing, fighting a sinus headache...not fun with a 11 year old and 2 year old running around...

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    I saw that Boston was on the today show, and you guys are really getting the snow! We have snow in eastern KY but nothing compared to whats going on with Boston, enjoy your snow days :)

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    Watching this blizzard play itself out via the TV set, I am so pleased that I am now sitting in AZ sunshine contemplating the snowball blocks I am now in the process of making for my new quilt.

    Being retired does have it's highlights!!

    Pretty soon, I'll have to get some sun cream on, but for now, I'm enjoying myself !!! LOL

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    Right now we are at 18 inches and still snowing. It's pretty windy lots of areas have no power, but lucky here. I hope the power stays on.

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    OMG. We got 5 inches and many schools in the area are out for a 2nd day. We'd be in for a week with 18 inches.

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    Good to hear that you are enjoying your snow day :D:D:D

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    Just got home from work, my streets are plowed to one lane only! There is a hugh tree down in my yard from the yard next door. I'm sure he will take care of it later, it is only on top of my shade garden. My guess is it will no longer be a shade garden:(

    Driving was slow, slippery and WATCH OUT for the plows.

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