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Thread: What I learned today!

  1. #101

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    Jan 2009
    Harrington Delaware
    It's great! you have a wonderful sense of humor! Keep smililng!

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    Super Member quilterguy27's Avatar
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    Jan 2010
    North Canton, Ohio
    so sorry to hear of your situation. the quilt is beautiful. maybe it was not arranged the way it should have been. Now you will have a chance to rectify that, lol. Hope it goes back together for you the way you want it. Lid down on the commode. ;oP

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    Super Member C.Cal Quilt Girl's Avatar
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    Jun 2010
    Central Ca
    Quote Originally Posted by BrendaB
    Quote Originally Posted by C.Cal Quilt Girl
    Hate to point this out but, if DH won't put the seat down, how are you going to get the dog to do it ??
    Yes it's late....lets try that again.

    Does any one have luck getting seats down much less lid???

    Good Night !! :)
    No!!!! Four sons and a husband - have only fallen in twice but that was more than enough. I'm so trained to put the seat down when I go in, that last week I put everything down and sat on the lid - Boy, what a surprise! After all these years, it still isn't any different and not likely to change. I keep the lid down so the dogs won't drink out of there, but never once thought about them depositing something.
    There my "big laugh" for the day :lol: :lol: :lol: Thanks !!

    Lori, are you sure that dogs not training you :D ... Son got the dog off the hook and the dog got the son off the hook. Don't know who I'd be upset with, but probibly not as upset, by son leaving with the distraction of having to put the top back together..... and the doggies just cute!

  4. #104
    Senior Member Lori L's Avatar
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    May 2010
    The woods of Northern Maine
    C CalQuilt Girl....I'm not sure anymore who's training who. I thought with 2 kids gone my house would quiet down. But noooooo.......I had to bring home little Rosie girl. I've also got two large male dogs, one whose a long haired shepherd and the other a chubby/chunky chocolate lab. Rosie even keeps them busy! Seriously though....she's a beautiful, smart little girl and we love her....but she's a hand full!

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    Feb 2007
    hahahahahaha! (oops, soory) We were sorting coupons at church last Sat. & we discussed someone turning on a fan!!! We have a basket for every price value of coupons, food & non-food, so you can imagine how many coupons there are every week! We have sent over $60,000 worth to the soldiers families! Beautiful quilt, though!! You'll be able to make another in half the time with all your experience! hahaha! (Sorry) :lol:

  6. #106
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lori L
    1. Do not leave your design board unattended when your son is home visiting and decides to turn a rotating fan on. (Unless you have every single piece pinned down!) GRRrrrrr. I will be hours putting my quilt back together!

    2. It costs a lot of money to have a plumber come to the house to remove the marrow bone the puppy dropped into the flush! $250 worth of a learning experience! Just think of the fabric I could have bought :(
    " Oh! my, so sorry to see that; so much time lost putting that pretty puzzle back together. Sweet dog, he is so sorry re $$ unable to spend on ("the habit" ).... what happened to rule #1, you use it/ you close it!"

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    Jul 2009
    Sorry you have to put you pieces back together but WOW what a gorgeous. As for the plumbing, look at that face, how could you be mad at that?

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