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Thread: Thangs I lerned this weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarah
    oh , all right all though i'm sure if i would have ask my 9 yr old he would have told me . i just wasn't sure if that was something i wanted to ask him.thanks for educating me. tia sarah
    if he knows what roflmAo stands for, tell him to go stand in the corner. :wink:

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    man you guys crack me up....I needed a lifter...it's bad a nasty few days. Life caught up with me and I haven't been able to start new project yet. I know I won't be able to this week, so now I have to wait until the following week.....wait a sec...my soldier boy is coming home that week so it'll be the 1st before I can start anything...rrrrgggg. Bad mood has returned...I'll just reread this thread...I'm sure it'll lift me up again!!

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    Thing I learned this week....

    When ironing, after you unplug the iron and walk away, make sure it doesn't fall over onto meltable items like CARPET!!! I got most of it wiped off, but I'm scared to use the iron again. There's stuff inside the holes, but just 1 or 2 of them. Do you guys think I should go buy another one?? Perhaps use this one when I use magic sizing. I don't know. What do you think?

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    Ok go read a quilt book and close your eyes and stroke some fabric, sooo nice, have a drink too. :wink:

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    I gunked up my iron with iron on interfacing, and my iron has teflon soleplate so it can't be scrubbed. I tried the manufacturers directions to clean it, and it didn't work.

    I bought Sole Plate Cleaner at WalMart, and used it twice - still not clean. I ended up making little scrapes on the iron using the edge of a knife. I guess I could have tried GOO GONE, but I ran out of patience.

    It beat having to buy a new iron, but I was really tempted to get a new one if I couldn't get the black goo off it.

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    Thangs I learned...

    When it starts getting dark, it is time to stop weeding the garden... Those little green snakes look just like crab grass in the dusk lighting!!!! :shock:

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    OH, I would still be screamin, I can't handle snakes or spiders, especially snakes.

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    I am still not sure which of us had the more massive heart attack- me or the snake... We were both pretty shocked when I grabbed it.

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    I guess you would call that a KODAK moment, My G-sons would of arm wrestled you for it,LOL

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    I'd have given it up freely!!! Actually it flew one way as I ran the other!! :lol:

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