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Thread: Where I Play!

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    Lucky you!

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    So organized!! its a verry nice space. =]

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    okay I hate you!!!!!

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    Very nice! Love it! Nothing like a really big space.
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    How lovely - I was a bit confused because I couldn't see a sewing machine, then I thought, maybe she does it all by hand, then I looked again, and think it could be hiding under that cover on the top photo.

    Not jealous at all. No, really, I'm not, well, maybe just a little.

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    Beautiful area. I'm sure you enjoy it and it is nice that it is apparently a daylight basement and that you have windows.

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    Very organized and neat. Happy for you!...
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    Quote Originally Posted by judys View Post
    Sure wish we had a usable basement! Our house is about 115 years old and the basement has rock and cement walls and more than half the basement has a dirt floor. There are however two positives with the dirt floor. If we get water in the basement it just drains out through the dirt and if we get stuck in the driveway in the winter we can scoop up a bucket of dirt to put under the tires. I do always try to look at the bright side!
    Judy, this is hilarious! My house is 200 years old and exactly the same as yours. When I saw the pictures, I said exactly your first sentence. And the bedrooms, empty since the daughters left home, are too cold in winter to sew. So I use my living room and pack it all up when company comes. Chris, I love your room and am also jealous!
    Lynn
    "The business of life is making memories. In the end, it is all we have." Butler Charlie Carson, Downton Abbey, season 4, episode 3, PBS.

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    What a wonderful place you have to play!
    Be a blessing to others, as you may entertain angels unaware!

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