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Thread: Tim, where are you?

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    Senior Member k_jupiter's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriceJ
    DIET Coke. pay attention.


    men! they expect us to do everything ...
    8) :roll:
    DIET Coke. pay attention... Standard male ADS here.

    men! they expect us to do everything ... Well, yeah... but I give great directions. I'll tell you how to do it.


    tim in san jose


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    LOL :lol: He'll have to travel a jolly long way to get me to do that job. And even then I'd be in two minds :mrgreen:

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    We have no grass, at least none that's suppose to be there. Front yard, all garden; side yard all garden; back yard, half garden, the dogs destroyed what grass there ever was. Trees popping up everywhere.

    I think I am going to take a couple of half days and get the chain saw out. Those are my kinda days.

    tim in san jose (you don't grow things here, you kill off what you don't want to grow).

    Hey Tim, I have my right hand available and working well to help with the pulling of weeds and cutting of small trees. I even have my own bow saw and rolling stool to work out in the 'gardens'......just send the plane ticket and I'll give you a helping hand. I don't need first class, but I don't want to be in the very back of the plane either, k? You do have the hammock in back to rest in, right?

    You'll get at least another hour of HST work in if I take care of the weeds, right? No child care though, you'll have to find one of the other gals to handle the 'cain raising kids' I'm just not going to have time if I have to kill off the things you don't want to grow.

    I'll start packing now, k???
    Sharon


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    I wouldn't give it to him till your paid just give him a peak at it

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimisharon


    Hey Tim, I have my right hand available and working well to help with the pulling of weeds and cutting of small trees. I even have my own bow saw and rolling stool to work out in the 'gardens'......just send the plane ticket and I'll give you a helping hand. I don't need first class, but I don't want to be in the very back of the plane either, k? You do have the hammock in back to rest in, right?

    You'll get at least another hour of HST work in if I take care of the weeds, right? No child care though, you'll have to find one of the other gals to handle the 'cain raising kids' I'm just not going to have time if I have to kill off the things you don't want to grow.

    I'll start packing now, k???
    Sharon
    Youl'd better keep that right hand away from Patrice.

    Child care? I put them girls to work.

    tim

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    At least we finally got Tim to crawl out of his hole and talk to us.

    Tim,

    I believe you may be a trifle confused on the definition of an easy quilt. Especially for a 12 year old girl, unless she is one of the few that actually appreciates hand made as opposed to mall bought gifts.

    Rail fence, easy
    Basket weave, easy
    4 patch, easy
    9 patch, easy.

    Log cabin, can be done easily, though I have not mastered it yet.

    Double Irish Chain.....I'm thinking you were drinking too much Irish Coffee while contemplating and easy Irish quilt for her!!!

    Glad to see you back, if only for a bit.

    Melissa

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    true enough ... not a "logical" choice of pattern with so little time to **nish. but you have to admit it shows how much he loves his little girls.

    i think i'll praise him for that. :P

    but he still hasn't paid up so the toe stays on ice.
    8)

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    what kind of toe are we talking about here? did tim really lose his. if so owww i'm so sorry for you.

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    Thats why he wasn't talking! He is hunting a replacemtn as we speak :!: :wink:

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    what was the lastest offer to get his toe back.

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