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Thread: This guy is a keeper!

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    Super Member TerryQuilter's Avatar
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    This guy is a keeper!

    My son got an iPad2 for Christmas and I was very impressed with it. My husband says, "Is that what you want for Christmas?" Well, it would be great, but I'm thinking that's pretty expensive for a "toy". What I really want is a Janome Horizon, but they're about $3000. He says, "Why don't you get BOTH, we have the $$$ and you can't take it with you." I am sooooo excited. I have kept him around for 42 years and think I'll keep him a little longer
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    Good idea, they just don't make them like that anymore. Lucky you.

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    Congratulations, You are going to love it.
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    You must be a awesome couple. Congratulations ... and Enjoy!
    Make it a scrappy happy day!

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    Congratulations on 42 years of marriage and enjoy your new machine.
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    Definitely a keeper! Have fun with your new toys
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    yep he sure is a keeper..
    It's never to late for a happy ending!
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    That's awesome!! Congrats!!
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    but by the moments that take our breath away.

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    Enjoy your new toys and definitely keep the DH.

    mltquilt

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    I'd say he is a keeper. But, you already knew that!! Sweet man. Hang on tight.
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    Yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

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    For sure a keeper. I agree with him that it won't do you any good when you're gone. Enjoy it now.
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    He certainly is a keeper...enjoy your new machine!
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    Wow -- that is a wonderful husband!

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    wow that is great,he is a keeper
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    Wow, what a guy. Have fun with both of your new toys.

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    Great to have a hubby who wants you to enjoy you rhobbies. Keep him. I also have a great hubby who has seen me go thru the Janome 10K's, 11K and now 12K and also an HQ16 long arm and an HQ18 long arm. Aren't they great!

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    What a sweetheart! You are so blessed! Merry Christmas.

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    Good for you...what did you give him????
    "You must do the thing you think you cannot do"....E. Roosevelt

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    What great presents. Enjoy them!!!
    Myrna

    They say money does not buy happiness, but it buys fabric & fabric makes me happy!!

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    Yahooooooooooooooo for you!!!!

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    WOW! You have a wonderful man there! Enjoy your gifts.

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    Ahhh, how sweet. I'd keep him too, LOL. CONGRATS!!

    Quote Originally Posted by TerryQuilter View Post
    My son got an iPad2 for Christmas and I was very impressed with it. My husband says, "Is that what you want for Christmas?" Well, it would be great, but I'm thinking that's pretty expensive for a "toy". What I really want is a Janome Horizon, but they're about $3000. He says, "Why don't you get BOTH, we have the $$$ and you can't take it with you." I am sooooo excited. I have kept him around for 42 years and think I'll keep him a little longer
    SUEB

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    Quote Originally Posted by luvstoquilt View Post
    Good for you...what did you give him????
    He told me what he wanted, and before I could buy it he went out and got it It was a dual wheel wheelbarrow. He said my love was enough because for too many years he never got me anything **
    The Trike Riding Quilting Diva

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    Ohhhhhhhhh and ahhhhhhh and WOW!

    Quote Originally Posted by TerryQuilter View Post
    He told me what he wanted, and before I could buy it he went out and got it It was a dual wheel wheelbarrow. He said my love was enough because for too many years he never got me anything **

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