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Old 02-01-2017, 04:50 AM
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Okay, ladies, I have a dilemma.

DragonflyNana is the only one who informed me she is willing to ship internationally. However, she & CarolinePaj already swapped for the January mug rug swap, which would make it 2 months in a row. We really need someone else to step forward; otherwise I see a problem for next month as well. Anyone willing to take on an international partner? I have the list of partners all set, but Id like to see these ladies get a different partner for February, so I am holding back on posting partners. Please help me out here, ladies!

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Old 02-01-2017, 08:14 AM
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I'll be glad to swap with CarolinePaj if she's willing
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Last year I did the DNA test through one of the online testing places and found out to my total surprise I'm 32% Irish. This will be my first year celebrating that heritage.
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Old 02-01-2017, 04:33 PM
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Thanks Lana, though I would not have minded swapping with CarolinePaj again if it meant we could all play.

Congrats terriamn - welcome to the Irish team (though I am only about 1/8th). As they say - we are all Irish on St Patty day!
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Old 02-01-2017, 06:38 PM
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Okay, ladies, here is the partners' list for this month:

CarolinePaj -- jaba
Armylady2012 -- nhnative
bgood -- Jan Rutherford
NanaKathy -- annt59
terriamn -- Lilrain
Dragonfly Nana -- Donna H-M

I can hear those sewing machines humming away! Have fun!
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Old 02-01-2017, 06:43 PM
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Originally Posted by terriamn View Post
Last year I did the DNA test through one of the online testing places and found out to my total surprise I'm 32% Irish. This will be my first year celebrating that heritage.
Two years ago I did the same thing. I got 2 surprises when the DNA results came back -- I've got Irish and Viking blood! My Irish-born hubby was very pleased, I'll have you know! We used to live in Ireland when the girls were little, & the natives all thought I was Irish ... & I spent many, many years telling people, no, I don't have any Irish blood at all! Oops!
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I also took a DNA test and I am 65% Irish..which I really already knew with grandparents named Carrigan & Kelly..My daughter named her first girl Ciara Carrigan so the name lives on..Happy Sewing!!!
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I just sent CarolinePaj a PM. Waiting to hear from her and get her info to send to.
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Old 02-02-2017, 04:00 PM
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Donn H-M and I have connected - on to the sewing room!
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Nana Kathy, that is so neat, love that your dd is carrying on the name

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I also took a DNA test and I am 65% Irish..which I really already knew with grandparents named Carrigan & Kelly..My daughter named her first girl Ciara Carrigan so the name lives on..Happy Sewing!!!
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