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Thread: What I learned today!

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    Senior Member Lori L's Avatar
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    1. Do not leave your design board unattended when your son is home visiting and decides to turn a rotating fan on. (Unless you have every single piece pinned down!) GRRrrrrr. I will be hours putting my quilt back together!

    2. It costs a lot of money to have a plumber come to the house to remove the marrow bone the puppy dropped into the flush! $250 worth of a learning experience! Just think of the fabric I could have bought :(

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    I'd be kicking some booty. Dog and son.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjomomma
    I'd be kicking some booty. Dog and son.
    They both gave me the "old sad eye look"....couldn't do it. LOL

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    Lol. I so know those looks.

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    My brother, who is forever doing crazy things that cost him an arm and a leg, says, "Education ain't free!"

    I hate to admit it, but he's right! LOL! That's why I have scrap boxes full of "dumb mistakes" fabric pieces!

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    What if you closed your eyes? ;)

    I'd be so not happy!

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    That is terrible, hope you get your quilt back up on your design wall soon.

    Sorry to hear about the dog, be sure to close the lid on toilet.

    Craftybear

    Quote Originally Posted by Lori L
    1. Do not leave your design board unattended when your son is home visiting and decides to turn a rotating fan on. (Unless you have every single piece pinned down!) GRRrrrrr. I will be hours putting my quilt back together!

    2. It costs a lot of money to have a plumber come to the house to remove the marrow bone the puppy dropped into the flush! $250 worth of a learning experience! Just think of the fabric I could have bought :(

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    Expensive lesson

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    I have to put the lid down when I go shopping and leave the kitties inside to enjoy the air conditioning. They knocked over a small standing shelf unit (with extra TP on it) one roll landed in the toidy. I found out it is VERY absorbent. :roll:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston1954
    I have to put the lid down when I go shopping and leave the kitties inside to enjoy the air conditioning. They knocked over a small standing shelf unit (with extra TP on it) one roll landed in the toidy. I found out it is VERY absorbent. :roll:
    It is amazing how much water TP can soak up isn't it??? :) Ask me how I know LOL

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