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I can understand about the no girlfriend and high GPA status.
My youngest daughter is a Sophomore at Truman State and
is doing a double major in Biology & Chemistry, she isn't in the
least bit interested right now in a boyfriend as she has a heavy
case load and is a 4.0 GPA student.
However SHE is the one I have to wait on for grandkids IF I am
ever to have any, but that has to be AFTER she is finished with
Louise - Ya-ya to Zachary April 13 2015. I collect mugs from the U.S. and around the world. Also collect handmade pincushions, sewing/quilting themed fabrics, and fabric in general.
Well ~~ I now have both my feet dangling in the water as I sit down on the waters edge to hear the conversations around me. I know that Christmas is small around here, so the thought of getting something in the mail intrigues me. Although bribery is such a motativing tool . I'm kidding!!! LOL. But anyhows I'm getting closer to committing to come play.
Currently working on a "Flat Curtis" Quilt with boy child .
OBSESSION we have obsessions !!
I am Quilter Hear Me Roar...
ob·ses·sion (b-sshn, b-)n.
1. Compulsive preoccupation with a fixed idea or an unwanted feeling or emotion, often accompanied by symptoms of anxiety
1. (Psychiatry)a persistent idea or impulse that continually forces its way into consciousness, often associated with anxiety and mental illness
2. a persistent preoccupation, idea, or feeling
3. the act of obsessing or the state of being obsessed
Yep - that about fits - keeps us up at night, everywhere we look we see quilt patterns, people relocate to the North Pole in hopes of getting quilting supplies, If our machine breaks (and we don't have a back-up) we are very anxious....
Quilting as I go traveling down the road
Count your blessings, not your problems.
LOL...my back up machine has a back up...
I don't get anxious....much!
Tink's Mom (My name is really Susie)
Love the obsession explanation. I have a sewing machine in my bedroom, where my only TV is, so I can sew and watch TV. I have FOUR, yes four, sewing machines in the basement sewing studio. I also have a treadle and a hand crank machine for when a power failure occurs. I have TWO sergers, and only ONE long arm quilting machine, would have two if I had a room to put another one in. We won't even talk about fabric. Sometime I will post a pic of my closets. I also have several antique sewing machines that don't get used. So who said obsession?!?!?!
Let the Secret Santa begin......