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    or do you mean the brunette driving back and forth over her husband?

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    must've been that "red eye" trip you took patrice, she's the brunette that works at starbucks (I think) but then what do i know? don't answer that! LOL

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    Oh, no, Patrice. ThAT brunette is me!

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    Kathy, thought the Starbucks gal was you,. You changed your hair though, it was red when you got my coffee!

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    ok, i think we've all had too much coffee, we'd better settle down before we get in trouble

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    buzzkill

    :cry:

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    Does GF include me? I rarely cook now that the last babe has moved out...though I could maybe use a running buddy instead, but free food for a quilter, is like sayin FREE FAT QUARTERS....the line is forming behind me...lol, Janie

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    Janie, How far you wanting to run? Maybe this summer some of us West Coast folk can get together for a quilt weekend. 'Course, all of you could come, but it could be a bit of a drive. We need to figure out where we all are. Could some of you post your general location on your profiles? We could have regional meets.

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    GF includes everybody here - even Tim (Because I'm too lazy to type GF/BF every time, that's why. LOL)

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriceJ
    GF includes everybody here - even Tim (Because I'm too lazy to type GF/BF every time, that's why. LOL)
    You let me be the 'fly on the wall' at one of your quilting tete^a^tetes, you can call me whatever you want.

    *L*

    tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by k_jupiter
    Quote Originally Posted by PatriceJ
    GF includes everybody here - even Tim (Because I'm too lazy to type GF/BF every time, that's why. LOL)
    You let me be the 'fly on the wall' at one of your quilting tete^a^tetes, you can call me whatever you want.

    *L*

    tim
    C'mon now, you wouldn't want to be the center of attention? hmm, sumpin wrong there.
    But a quilting anything would be great, on the East Coast, that's the best. At the beach, or close to the beach, eh, gals and guys??
    Planning it, aren't you, Patrice???

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    i live about an hour and a half from several different beaches. in a pinch, i could cram enough air mattresses in around the house to put up 8 or 10 of you - assuming you don't mind crowding in slumber-party-style. (if you have a tent, i have a decent sized back yard, too. LOL)

    what's to arrange? all we need is a long weekend. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimisharon

    C'mon now, you wouldn't want to be the center of attention? hmm, sumpin wrong there.
    But a quilting anything would be great, on the East Coast, that's the best. At the beach, or close to the beach, eh, gals and guys??
    Planning it, aren't you, Patrice???

    Mah Dad taught me a couple of good things in his life. One was "Never expect some woman to do something for you that you can't do yourself", hence I quilt. The other that comes to mind is... "Never be the center of attention in a room full of women with sharp and pointy things in their hands." This is probably good advice.

    tim in san jose

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    Mah Dad taught me a couple of good things in his life. One was "Never expect some woman to do something for you that you can't do yourself", hence I quilt. The other that comes to mind is... "Never be the center of attention in a room full of women with sharp and pointy things in their hands." This is probably good advice.

    tim in san jose[/quote]


    Likely keeps you alive to this day! :mrgreen:

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    Norah:
    Maybe I confused you. I really can't run. I have MS, as some already know and after this weekend in the hospital am back on my walker. But, I am interested in the idea of meeting in certain regions or areas. I live just south of Portland, Oregon and would love to hear from any of you that live close enough to get connected to. I was just being silly with my comments...Seriously though, maybe we are on to something and at least some of us that can travel should get busy and plan something. Did I hear Patrice or someone offer? Well, count me in if it is close by. We could have a weekend of show and tell and maybe some teaching and make these friendship we are making here, have memories too...Janie

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    Tim:
    Since you seem to be the only guy brave enough to hang in here with the rest of us girls, you already show guts and determination. As for sharp pointy things, no one here is going to intentionally hurt a fellow quilter, no matter the gender. I think there should be more men like you that step up and say so...I for one get great ideas from you...Janie

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    Well Patrice, you live on the east coast and I am on the west and inbetween is a lot of country with a lot of nasty weather right now. But I love the idea of gettting together....hope we talk about this some more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by janiecurry
    Tim:
    Since you seem to be the only guy brave enough to hang in here with the rest of us girls, you already show guts and determination. As for sharp pointy things, no one here is going to intentionally hurt a fellow quilter, no matter the gender. I think there should be more men like you that step up and say so...I for one get great ideas from you...Janie
    Janie,

    You say that now.... but wait till you find out I have been flirting with the cute woman behind the counter at the quilt shop so she will put that bolt of fabric I wanted away so no one else can get it.

    It takes no guts to hang with you all. You're all pussycats...

    ...

    ...

    Except Patrice.

    *L*

    tim in san jose

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    can't wait for a reply on that remark

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    alas ... he knows me too well already.

    no mere pussycat, nor kitten here.

    pure tigress. can never be domesticated, and can only be tamed to a point.

    :wink:

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    boy, you are right about Patrice, tho I would watch out for stay claws. And as for that cutie behind the counter at the quilt store, maybe that flirting goes both ways. Be careful...At least there is a "method" to your shopping. I Have a friend that works at a quilt store and even she doesn't get any deals...Welcome to the Litter.....Janie

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    Hey! You're not supposed to agree with him! You're supposed to be on my side.

    :shock:

    :cry:

    :mrgreen:

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    Hey Patrice,
    don't get all emotional on me, I'm on your side too girl, we cats have to stick together. But look at the odds....Tim - one, all the rest of us....100's...well you get the idea. Weren't you declawed sometime back anyway?....

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    they tried but i jumped out of the car and ran like the wind when they got me to the vet's office.
    :wink:

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