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Order them. I did get some seconds. They have tiny flaws that you barely notice and are half price. I did a multicolor place setting Then Ken and I went to an antique shop
And Ken found an antique time clock from an old company that was the firrunner to IBM. It is all
Mechanical and has to be wound with a key. He will
Put it in his mancave. It is wrapped in a blanket in rhe backseat of the car. Oh what a day!!! We are back at the casino. Ken had $10 to spend. So we will see what happens. Tomorrow we will
Head to Berlin Ohio for some Amish food and quilt shops Then we will head home. Hope you are all
Behaving and I hop this is readable xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxoooooooooooooooooo
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Better late than never as they say. I have been so tired, now don't anyone laugh. I decided to go ahead and go to Free Sew last night as I really needed to get my BOM done before my trip. Way behind this month for whatever reason. So I had DH pack my car. Well silly me, I gave him my finished blocks instead of the ones that needed worked on. So I got to Free Sew, (25 miles) unpacked my stuff and realized my mistake. I had nothing to work on! I did find a pillow case I had not done that was in my sewing machine case so did get that done. But was able to help out a few of the other girls, but here I sit with my blocks still not done.
Suzette my grandfather used to do a lot of Macramé. He was a Navy man so really good at knots. I wish I had some of his stuff.
Diane it can be difficult getting things covered by insurance companies. I think 5 years is the norm for hearing aides. Wondering if something about her ears that could be fixed.
Flo glad you were able to figure out something to get that yard work done.
Maryz congratulations to the happy couple. Internet providers, oh my gosh, mine goes in and out all the time even when they aren't working on it! But glad you were somewhat able to watch. My DH uncle was one the the supervisors over the Mount St. Helens' clean up.
Jana glad they were able to get the Cello.
Lyn that is a gorgeous Mandolin. My mom played one. She was quite musical. Also played the piano and organ.
Kathy I'll tell you, we are going off the deep end!
Chriss keeping my fingers crossed with Dad. He did okay with his dressing change today. They used a super tape so had some trouble getting it off. That of course pulled on the wound which hurt. But we got it done and used paper tape for new one. By the way, I think your hair is fine just the way it is. I feel I have earned every one of my gray hairs and I am keeping them!
Judi sounds like you are having a great time. I love Amish food. We ate a lot of it growing up as my Grandma while not technically Amish, she used many of their ways/cooking. Hence I am one of the few people who likes Shoofly Pie!
Well dinner is about ready so need to get, also need to get some laundry going so I have clean clothes to pack. 2 more work nights! Hopefully they are just sleeps!
Have a great evening everyone!