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Tim, where are you?

Old 07-09-2007, 06:30 AM
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Tim,

I have missed seeing your wit and humor or am I looking in the wrong places. Are you on vacation or on vacation from we ladies? Let us know what you are about these days.

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Old 07-09-2007, 06:37 AM
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Maybe he took flight with all those flying geese he was working on :!: :lol:
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Old 07-09-2007, 07:50 AM
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Tim,

I have missed seeing your wit and humor or am I looking in the wrong places. Are you on vacation or on vacation from we ladies? Let us know what you are about these days.

Suzanne
Y'all,

I am in the middle of a huge, very visible project here at work that eats up most of my daytime hours. We are coming to a brief breathing point, but I am going to be crazy busy for the next 6 months.

My free time has been absorbed with getting the flying geese panels done (they are), and put into the squares for Homeward Bound (I still have six more to put together). Once those are done, I have a couple hundred HSTs to finish sewing and trimming, then joining together for borders. In the mean time, I thought.. hmmm. a quilt for my daughter's 12th birthday would be nice. Something simple like Double Irish chain. Now if Patrice was on the west coast, she would have kicked me in the head and made sure I knew what an idiot I am. It is going along well, I have a drop dead date of 8-19. There is a vacation planned for the beginning of August though that will probably screw me up.

In the mean time, the yard is starting to look somewhat like Jurassic Park, the dogs need baths, the bird cages need cleaning, the kids are raising all sorts of Cain, and I am getting 6 hours of sleep a night.

I do visit the board occasionally, and try and input what little I know.

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Old 07-09-2007, 07:57 AM
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All that and still 6 hours a night! :lol:
I bet my grass is taller than yours! I think the MIL is going to cut it for hay! (ok, maybe not, but it's getting tall!)
Busy, busy, busy me, too!
good luck!
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Old 07-09-2007, 08:06 AM
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Sounds like you have it under control :lol: If you could make do with less than 6 hrs, you could get a lot more done! Is the missing toe still giving you pain? I hate that she did that to you. She usually does not get that riled up :wink: :lol:
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Old 07-09-2007, 08:22 AM
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i'm taking good care of it, though, in case he ever offers something worthy to trade for it.
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Originally Posted by ButtercreamCakeArtist
All that and still 6 hours a night! :lol:
I bet my grass is taller than yours! I think the MIL is going to cut it for hay! (ok, maybe not, but it's getting tall!)
Busy, busy, busy me, too!
good luck!
We have no grass, at least none that's suppose to be there. Front yard, all garden; side yard all garden; back yard, half garden, the dogs destroyed what grass there ever was. Trees popping up everywhere.

I think I am going to take a couple of half days and get the chain saw out. Those are my kinda days.

tim in san jose (you don't grow things here, you kill off what you don't want to grow).



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Old 07-09-2007, 09:16 AM
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i'm taking good care of it, though, in case he ever offers something worthy to trade for it.
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several hundred 2 1/2 inch HSTs that I might not ever use? You might not like the colors though....

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all right tim in san jose, what exactly are hst's . forgive me for not knowing. i'm just not up on compu. lingo.or is this some thing my 9 yr. old could but shouldn't tell me. ...thanks tia sarah
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all right tim in san jose, what exactly are hst's . forgive me for not knowing. i'm just not up on compu. lingo.or is this some thing my 9 yr. old could but shouldn't tell me. ...thanks tia sarah
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Half Square Triangles.

A square with a line down the diagonal. One half is one fabric, the other half is another.

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