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Thread: The sewing Lawyer

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    The sewing Lawyer



    ·What does a clock do when it's hungry? It goes back four seconds.

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    I saw this on one of the longarm sites. I couldn't stop laughing.

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    Thanks for posting this ~ I really enjoyed reading it and got some good chuckles!

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    it would be so funny if it wasn't so true!!!
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    Thanks for posting this! If the shoe fits...

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    That is just too wonderful!! Glad I got to read it - I'd have been laughing so long and loudly that I'd have missed a lot of it! I sure am sharing it with many other "addicts"!
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    Thanks for sharing--very creative speech!

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    I was at Quilt Canada in 2010 - missed this! Thanks for sharing!

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    Busted!!!!!!

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    That was great-thanks for the giggle!

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    Thanks for sharing; it was a great read.
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    Loved it! Thanks for posting it.

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    That is so funny and so true

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    Thank you, thank you! This was wonderful to read.

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    Haha! Very well written, I like it!

    I forwarded it to a friend of mine who happens to be a lawyer and who sews (garments, not quilts...so far. I'm working on her. LOL)

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    What a fun read........thank you!
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    Put a grin on my chin, and I needed that this morning

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    Lol, my husband suitably employed as both mule and pack horse whilst I shopped at the quilt shops in Skagway, Junneau, Ketchican and also Granville Island in Vancouver. He did pick out some wall hanging kits he thought would look nice in our house and as an early anniversary gift(which he will forget he paid for) a beautiful appliqué kit with a black bear in the sunset as a reminder of our holiday to bring back to then UK. God bless all understanding husbands of quilters.

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    Great read, thank you!

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    Witty and oh, so true!
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    Thanks for the link. So funny (and so true!).
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    Great article. Very funny!

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    Sometime the truth is hilarious! Thanks for sharing!
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    Truth is better than fiction. What a great job writing.
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    Oh my goodness, what a great "story"!!!

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