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- Joined: Mon Jul 07, 2008 4:01 am
Yesterday I got all the laundry done (5 loads), grocery shopped, picked up and sorted mail, and put together a comfort quilt top from the >100 donated blocks that Tina sent me. Next time we need a quilt, I'll be ready! Today is remake trailer bed - a real chore - and then dust, vac, mop our way out the door. I have massage appt at 11 and hope to get caught up on sew-along blocks this afternoon.
JANA - So nice to be able to get your family together again! So how is Stu doing? And I hope something comes of the investigation on Sarah's teacher. He seems to be quite a pompous jerk. I think your ceiling is plenty high enough for me! lol! I'm 4' 11-1/2".
Tonite's supper is going to be pasta of some sort. I think alfredo with broccoli in it.
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- Joined: Thu Mar 04, 2010 2:30 am
After Town run got walk in made lunch Weed eat then planted flowers I bought I only bought impatiens this year My children have already give me so many I am just planting my flower boxes down stairs
Maryz Glad you had a safe nice trip Always good to get Home
I made popcorn chicken with green beans & Beths bread Becca
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- Joined: Mon Dec 29, 2008 6:42 pm
Mary - well, Matt is about 6'4", Daniel the same, Aaron is the my shortest at 6'. I need the height clearance. And Stu and Andrew are both over 6 ft. Stu is doing well. He is still working as a nanny for the family he ,8ves with and looking to start a trade school. Possibly as a electrician. He has applied to work with Aaron. Currently there isn't a opening, but the team is looking to hire soon.
Dinner tonight will be chow mein. Easy and I will prep it all early, so it will be throw all in the pan, cook a couple of minutes and eat.
The first shipment of the ceiling project just arrived. The tiles - 10 big boxes. The track system is hopefully arriving tomorrow. I am so happy to have a ceiling! All these years here, Michael has always said, it's a basement, no need to make it fancy. Well, patience is a good thing! It's now getting finished, like I always envisioned. Last will be the floor .
Heading down to play in the Batt Cave. I got the floss I needed and can finish that project. I also organized more of the drawers in the sewing area. No reason to be messy anymore! Y'all can get up now from ROFLOL!