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    Quote Originally Posted by TFquilter
    Well, good morning...I have my row done, my label, extra block, journal and pictures of me..am I missing anything? I wish I could mail it off early...oh well...I am going to mail my row in a priority mail box from USPO w/confirmation..I think that's what we all agreed on...I would do that anyway...let me know if I am missing or need something else...:)
    Getting ready to send #3 Row off to Scotland today .... have "two" more rows heading my way .... and then I'll get my Row Robin back into my hands. They don't call us "Early Birds" for nothing ..... besides you know what they say "The Early Birds .... Get The Best Worms"! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by RNUNU
    Quote Originally Posted by TFquilter
    Well, good morning...I have my row done, my label, extra block, journal and pictures of me..am I missing anything? I wish I could mail it off early...oh well...I am going to mail my row in a priority mail box from USPO w/confirmation..I think that's what we all agreed on...I would do that anyway...let me know if I am missing or need something else...:)
    Getting ready to send #3 Row off to Scotland today .... have "two" more rows heading my way .... and then I'll get my Row Robin back into my hands. They don't call us "Early Birds" for nothing ..... besides you know what they say "The Early Birds .... Get The Best Worms"! LOL
    How cool Dayle...have you posted any recent pictures...I have seen some of them and love them...this is sooo much fun...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TFquilter
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    Quote Originally Posted by TFquilter
    Well, good morning...I have my row done, my label, extra block, journal and pictures of me..am I missing anything? I wish I could mail it off early...oh well...I am going to mail my row in a priority mail box from USPO w/confirmation..I think that's what we all agreed on...I would do that anyway...let me know if I am missing or need something else...:)
    Getting ready to send #3 Row off to Scotland today .... have "two" more rows heading my way .... and then I'll get my Row Robin back into my hands. They don't call us "Early Birds" for nothing ..... besides you know what they say "The Early Birds .... Get The Best Worms"! LOL
    How cool Dayle...have you posted any recent pictures...I have seen some of them and love them...this is sooo much fun...

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    Yes indeed this is just "Too much FUN" ..... I'm loving every minute of it. I'm so glad I made the decision to do this ROW ROBIN project. Do a "Search" --- type in "Early Bird Threads - Row Robin" ..... posted finished row for Pattis47, and getting ready to mail it to Scotland.
    --- Dayle

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    Quote Originally Posted by TFquilter
    Well, good morning...I have my row done, my label, extra block, journal and pictures of me..am I missing anything? I wish I could mail it off early...oh well...I am going to mail my row in a priority mail box from USPO w/confirmation..I think that's what we all agreed on...I would do that anyway...let me know if I am missing or need something else...:)
    Seeing that everyone else appears to be the "early bird", I am the elephant in the middle of the room. Have everything picked out, patterns, etc., fabric washed and starched (it all blends so well) and have now been in bed with some awful virus for 3 days. :-( And I was getting so excited about that first (middle block). I'll be the one running to the P.O at 11:59 p.m. (We have an all night post office here, although I'm not sure why since the population is about 10,000).

    Question: Are we supposed to insure this and if so, for how much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FQ Stash Queen
    Quote Originally Posted by TFquilter
    Well, good morning...I have my row done, my label, extra block, journal and pictures of me..am I missing anything? I wish I could mail it off early...oh well...I am going to mail my row in a priority mail box from USPO w/confirmation..I think that's what we all agreed on...I would do that anyway...let me know if I am missing or need something else...:)
    Seeing that everyone else appears to be the "early bird", I am the elephant in the middle of the room. Have everything picked out, patterns, etc., fabric washed and starched (it all blends so well) and have now been in bed with some awful virus for 3 days. :-( And I was getting so excited about that first (middle block). I'll be the one running to the P.O at 11:59 p.m. (We have an all night post office here, although I'm not sure why since the population is about 10,000).

    Question: Are we supposed to insure this and if so, for how much?
    Hope u r feeling better...I am not going to insure mine..I will send priority with confirmation or where person has to sign to get the box...I don't think we ever talked about insuring it...however, input from the rest of the gals will help...Q Bee, Pamesue, Nancy, what do you think?

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    I will do priority with confirmation as well....

    I still have my extra block to make as well as my label...hopefully I will get it all done this weekend..

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    Just got back last nite from a cruise to Mexico (where it was in the 80's) and am struggling with reality (sat at the kitchen table for over an hour and no one showed up with my coffee or the breakfast menu. And no one made up my bed yet. Sometimes reality sucks. Anyway, now I need to get really serious about my row. As far as insuring goes, I don't know what to say. We may want to when it gets near the end, but I haven't checked out cost or value ranges. I'll go along with whatever majority says. Now where is that steward with my coffee .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy in Louisiana
    Just got back last nite from a cruise to Mexico (where it was in the 80's) and am struggling with reality (sat at the kitchen table for over an hour and no one showed up with my coffee or the breakfast menu. And no one made up my bed yet. Sometimes reality sucks. Anyway, now I need to get really serious about my row. As far as insuring goes, I don't know what to say. We may want to when it gets near the end, but I haven't checked out cost or value ranges. I'll go along with whatever majority says. Now where is that steward with my coffee .....
    Yeah ...... there ought to be a law in this day and time .... "What they hand out at sea, onboard ship .... it is manditory for the same on land"!

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    Welcome home Nancy!! I bet you had a GREAT time!! You must share pics when you can. I LOVE Mexico!

    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy in Louisiana
    Just got back last nite from a cruise to Mexico (where it was in the 80's) and am struggling with reality (sat at the kitchen table for over an hour and no one showed up with my coffee or the breakfast menu. And no one made up my bed yet. Sometimes reality sucks. Anyway, now I need to get really serious about my row. As far as insuring goes, I don't know what to say. We may want to when it gets near the end, but I haven't checked out cost or value ranges. I'll go along with whatever majority says. Now where is that steward with my coffee .....

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    The cruise made a quick stop in Progresso and then on to Cozumel. Progresso is a real dump. We went only to the small shops by the docking pier. I don't think it's real safe to go into the city, which was a cab ride away. The next day we went to Cozumel which had a lot more shops in a grouping by the pier. We walked across the street into the outskirts of the city, but again, not a really nice and clean place to be. I did enough damage to my wallet in a few hours to satisfy me. Ship only stayed there for only about 7 hours.

    It was great to get away from everything - no phones, tv,barking dogs to let out/in, etc. It's also great to be waited on so much. I went with a bunch of girl friends. DH would never enjoy something like that -- he's too active, and I was perfectly content to sit in sun and read.

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