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    Chicken pot pie walks in the rain or in the dark
    "Sacrifices must be made." Otto Lilienthal

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    If it is Spring, walk in the rain. There's spooky things in the dark.

    You make a block and it is not square. Do you toss it or rip it out and try again?

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    I square it if possible, if not, take apart and rework, only toss the pieces that are too small. Just did that to a pile of simple blocks yesterday.

    Do your chores first, then "play" and enjoy your well-deserved "play" time so much more, or "play" first, get that out of your system, then do the work that needs done?

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    chores first or they haunt me until I get up and get it done

    chicken pot pie---homemade or go out for it
    Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind see.
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    daffodils or daisies

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    I love, love, love daffodils!

    What do you do most often?: machine piecing, hand piecing, machine paper piecing, machine applique, hand applique?

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    Machine paper piecing.

    Traditional quilts or the new "modern" quilts?
    Anita

    The only place that housework comes before quilting is in the dictionary.

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    Although I play with modern designs, they come out as more traditional . . . in the scrappy realm.

    colors outside your comfort designs - in the orange range or green range or other ?

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    Purple is outside my comfort zone.

    Fish chowder, clam chowder or corn chowder?
    Anita

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    No chowder for me. But that corn chowder sounds like something I should try!

    Do most of your quilt drafting on graph paper or on a techie program like EQ?

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    Graph paper.

    Chocolate bunny: eat ears first? yes or no
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    yes but don't know why.

    Easter brunch or Easter dinner
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    Brunch becase I like breakfasty foods.

    Pancakes or waffles? (See what you started? LOL)
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    Waffles!

    Bacon or sausage. (A fellow breakfast lover here!)

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    bacon

    juice---orange or tomato
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    Tomato.

    Easter bonnet...yay or nay
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    nay on me but yay on others . . . I like fancy hats but they look so much better on others.

    New outfit for Easter - yes or no ?

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    No.

    Ham or turkey for Easter dinner?
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    Ham, meatloaf for thanksgiving.

    Easter egg hunters in your family or no.
    "Sacrifices must be made." Otto Lilienthal

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    No.

    Chili dogs...yes/no?
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    No, chili yes but don't eat hot dogs.

    Walk in the park or walk at the shopping mall . . . Are there any shopping malls left?

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    Both (yes we have two good sized malls near us and one mid-size, but a lot of the stores are empty)

    Sneakers or "regular" shoes (pumps, loafers, oxfords, etc.)?
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    regular shoes

    low socks, regular length or no socks
    Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind see.
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    no socks unless it is really cold, then short socks (not low cut nor long)

    quilt batting on hand or buy as you need it ?

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    batting stash!

    Preference: only like to make quilts, or prefer to mix it up and make other items, too, like pincushions, purses, potholders, hot casserole carriers, hot iron carriers, etc.

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