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    The room is all cleaned up and I have cut 3360 HST, all ready for my weekend away
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    Karen--you have made some real progress this week. That is A LOT of HST!!! Even with help cutting them both sets of fabric look great. Have a great time with dd...what a nice thing she did coming for your birthday knowing dh was out of town.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mirabelle View Post
    The room is all cleaned up and I have cut 3360 HST, all ready for my weekend away
    I can't wait to see how these all work up. My bins are beginning to fill up with only a weeks worth of cutting so I'm beginning to look at her patterns. To many things going now to start another project but I love to dream.

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    Oh Mirabelle - Happy late b-day. I'm so sorry I missed it. Wow what a lotta cuttin' you & your GO did.
    GG I'm impressed w/ all o' the cuttin ya got done too.
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    Sounds like a good birthday, Mirabelle, may you have many more. I am so impressed with the number of half triangles!! wow. Now to post results when you finish. Real family photo of us and turkeys next week. Which is which!! lol!!

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    LOL I think I can tell the difference.
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    As I got old, I was told I would get smarter as I grew older; must be I am getter younger, 'cause I have not gotten smarter..Name:  DSCN1115.JPG
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    Aaww great photo of you and your hubby QNS! My gosh that turkey is getting big. What does it weigh anyway? I would get too attached to them to have them for dinner! LOL
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    Great pic, QNS. Looks like Thanksgiving dinner there (although mine will come nicely wrapped in plastic from the market, thank you)
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    Sue don't worry about the pict bein' side ways I just turned my laptop. Great pict.
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    Look again guys, we are each holding a turkey...'cause we are equal in being a turkey ourselves...Jerry has one of the Toms, and I have the hen. No way to winter them here except in the freezer. They take in after the ducks to show them who is boss; the ducks, especially the little black one, will harass the turkeys. Little black duck loves to slip up behind a turkey and nip him/her in the rear.Name:  DSCN1121.JPG
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    SIL wished to hold a turkey; but insisted on wearing his dark glasses. Gs is getting to 'pet' the turkey. SIL was not raised on a farm, and hates to see us put the turkeys into the freezer.

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    Great pics, QNS. Thanks for sharing. Sounds like your "Daffy" duck is a tease! I am surprised that you can pick the turkeys up--I figured they'd squirm all over.
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    They are gentle quiet creatures, who rule their territory but think we might be their parents...so they will let me 'catch' them and hold them without any problems. The eggs are the first duck eggs we have ever seen...thought everyone might want to look at them. We 'wrangle' the herd of turkeys with brooms guiding them along.

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    Love the pictures. What memories for your GS. Those turkeys will make a lot of feasting this winter. Will the daffies also go in the freezer?

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    All six ducks and all six turkeys will be divided by three: two ducks and two turkeys to my daughter, to me and to my friend, Susan who is resting here today...she will under go major surgery (we think Wednesday.)..to have hernia repaired, bladder tipped, and colon taken out that is not working.all in one surgical procedural.. ten to twelve days in the hospital and back here for seven to ten days for recovery. but we will take one day at a time or one hour at a time on it. Prayers will help.

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    QNS, prayers to your friend! And bless you for taking care of her and giving her a peaceful place for recovery.
    Imagine all the people living life in peace...(John Lennon 1940-1980)

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    I'm prayin' for her now.
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