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Thread: I'm so upset I could cry

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    Senior Member blzzrdqueen's Avatar
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    Well, thanks to my mom, my brother and my mother-in-law giving me cash for my birthday (which is tomorrow) I was able to go to Joann's and I got a much better quality walking foot (Viking) and free motion quilting foot!! I'm a very very happy girl now! Thank you all for your suggestions and support, I know this board is part of my life for a reason!

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    That is awesome!!! :)

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    I had a generic walking foot and thought it was fine until I borrowed a top of the line walking foot in a quilt class. What a difference. The good walking foot cost much more for a reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maine ladybug
    Don't cry. It will be okay. Just remember to ask yourself...."In five years will this really matter?"
    Good thougths coming your way.
    totally agree, hugs.

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    Oh cruddds. I hate it when your going along so well and something like that happens. So sorry to hear that. I wish I could give you mine. I would if I could. Maybe you know someone nearby that will loan you one?
    Well try to have a good day. I hope everything works out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dglvr
    Oh cruddds. I hate it when your going along so well and something like that happens. So sorry to hear that. I wish I could give you mine. I would if I could. Maybe you know someone nearby that will loan you one?
    Well try to have a good day. I hope everything works out.
    Read above, it's been taken care of :)

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    Hey thats Awesome! And an advanced HAPPY BIRTHDAY!! :-D

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    The new walking foot was $35 and the free motion quilting foot was $25. Money well spent I think. My old walking foot had a lot of plastic on it, this one is all metal except the casing. I couldn't be more happy now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maine ladybug
    Don't cry. It will be okay. Just remember to ask yourself...."In five years will this really matter?"
    Good thougths coming your way.
    Funny you say that about will it matter in 5 years, I say that alot too!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Momma_K
    Hey thats Awesome! And an advanced HAPPY BIRTHDAY!! :-D
    Thank you very much! I'll be 30 but I feel sooooo much older then that, lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blzzrdqueen
    Quote Originally Posted by Momma_K
    Hey thats Awesome! And an advanced HAPPY BIRTHDAY!! :-D
    Thank you very much! I'll be 30 but I feel sooooo much older then that, lol!
    HA! You're welcome Jennifer! You're a year younger than my baby girl! I would give anything to be 30 and know what I know now! You're photo is kind to you, you don't look your age. It must be the recent stress and the holidays, but set back, relax, take a deep breath and take one day at a time. Enjoy your young age while you can. I thank God I'm the age I am, I do look forward to my BD's each year because that means I've made it another year! So, have a beautiful day tomorrow and to smile, each day is a gift and anything that comes along could always be worse.
    {{{HUGS}}} Momma_K...

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