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Thread: How do you read QB?

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    Super Member Wanabee Quiltin's Avatar
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    Right now I am only reading the Daily Digest, I just don't have the time to stay on the computer that long. I used to read it for hours but then realized I didn't have time to quilt and that is what I like to do most in the world. Some days there are far too many posts that have been there the day before so that makes a short day of reading.

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    My way of reading is about as everyone else's above. I am not sure what you mean by "my account" so please explain. Mariah
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    Martha Tompkins

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    For some reason, I know longer get the digest....I get updates and read them.
    When someone mentions quilting, I go to pieces!

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    Main first, then General chit-chat (love to play the games), then In Search Of/Yard Sale, then...whatever strikes my fancy. Occasionally I'll go to the online chat room.
    Anita

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

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    Glad to see this come up again. Everyone's answers were as interesting as I hoped they would be. Thanks for all the info and good ideas!
    "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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