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Thread: Boomerang 9.0 ATLANTIC O Group Thread

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    Super Member Nelco's Avatar
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    I received my block from OK Darla a couple of days ago. Sorry for not posting sooner. Trying to download a photo of it, but darn 'puter not wanting to do it. will try later.

    I have one more block to make for eagleoneowl2 then I am done.
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    The block you have made for me Joan (cthmjenn) has arrived today and it is really lovely. I like it very much. Thank you .
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    Thank you, another block heading home today to Raewyn, have my form made out just incase.
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    Block going out today to Joan in WA. I hope you enjoy it!
    The good you do today, people will often forget tomorrow. Do good anyway.

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    Well, I mailed the one to Au. and it was only 2.25?? I can't believe this, last gal wanted over 4.00?? But it's on it's way home.
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    Ok nothing like working on a block and you go to press and somehow it seems wrong. So I touch the fabric and it is cold. I touch the iron it is cold. The light is on on the iron. The plug is plugged in. Hmmmm. Me think it is broken. So yesterday I went shopping for another iron and then went and visited one of our members in the boom who has had shoulder replacement surgery.
    Dreaming of New England while being stuck in So. Calif.(the asphalt jungle of the world.) But hey the Happiest Place on Earth is here.

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    For those of you ladies who are being charge $6+ to ship a block- you should be able to ship it in a free priority box for $5.15, or even a smaller, matchbox size box for about $2.90. $6 is ridiculous, and I think I would buy postage online before I would let someone tell me $6 per block!
    The good you do today, people will often forget tomorrow. Do good anyway.

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    I have Australia to mail, I will see what happens. I did not think about that little free priority box, that is better then the$6.55 they wanted to charge, I will definitely look into it.
    Gramma to Isabella and NEW baby brother Enzo!

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    The priority mail box has different rates for international postage. The small flat rate box to Australia is 23.95.

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    The issue in postage is the thickness of the envelope, not necessarily the contents. If the envelope is over 1/4" in thickness, the clerk is supposed to charge the package rate. The clerk has a tool for measuring this. If the envelope fits through the slot easily it should still be the letter rate. If you think the thickness of your envelope is under 1/4" ask the clerk to check by passing it through the slot in front of you.

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