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And time for by Cheryl Isaak
What are you reading? Just finished - Open Ice by Jack Falla. Great book, really recommend this for the hockey fans. Ellice and Sara - buy this for the DH's and then read it yourself. At work: Foul Play - one of those Janet Evanovich reprints. (yes between phone calls, I read or do cross word...
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December 19th 08 11:48 PM
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Heard from Brat by Cheryl Isaak
She is A: busy B: hate reading through Google and hasn't had a chance to set up a new newsfeed Cheryl
December 19th 08 10:17 PM
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Crocheted Ladybugs - very cute by Seaspray
http://www.crochetville.org/forum/showthread.php?t=28885 I think these are cute. Even though these are crocheted, I thought I would pass them along just in case anyone would like to try.
December 19th 08 10:15 PM
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Art of Racing in the Rain by lewmew
I just finished this and LOVED IT!!!! If you enjoy animal stories, you'll like this. It's heartwarming, funny. lovely - a great read! Linda
December 19th 08 09:09 PM
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Project Dolphy + NÝrkleklub by Amber
Herewith project Dolphy is started To those who don't know, when my dad turned 70, I cross-stitched his car and made a pillow out of it for him. Big hit. Then I did the same thing for my two aunts (one her annex, where I used to live, and one a pansy, cause she likes flowers). The car and the...
December 19th 08 01:48 PM
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I AM HOME!!! by Cheryl Isaak
Give me a few days to catch up and I'll tell you all about my fun storm experiences. (sarcasm font implied) Cheryl
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December 19th 08 01:43 PM
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For Cheryl and other ladybug-lovers by Joan E.
Have you seen this alphabet? http://www.patternsonline.com/Patterns/LPat.aspx?P=7556 Joan
December 19th 08 01:19 PM
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Seasonal website by Bruce Fletcher (remove dentures to reply)
It makes you proud to be British! http://www.firebox.com/admin/crapwrap -- Bruce Fletcher Stronsay, Orkney UK
December 19th 08 02:38 AM
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Big decisions this weekend VBG by Susan Hartman
I have a couple of ornaments to finish up, have done almost no holiday decorating or shopping, and then I just picked up the new Mary Monica book from the library. Guess which I'll do first? VBG sue -- Susan Hartman/Dirty Linen
December 18th 08 09:48 PM
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OT with a groan warning by Joan E.
Donald Duck and Daisy Duck were spending the night together in a hotel room and Donald wanted to have sex with Daisy. The first thing Daisy asked was, 'Do you have a condom?' Donald frowned and said, 'No.' Daisy told Donald that if he didn't get a condom, they could not have sex.
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December 18th 08 05:20 PM
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OT -- good day/bad day by anne
You know it's a good day when - you find a missing sock You know it's a bad day when - you pull out a vest and see only the pin doohicky on the vest and that the body of the pin has gone awol. --
December 18th 08 04:49 PM
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Minor Thread Epiphany by ellice
So, on-tpoic, actually - I had a minor epiphany - or better stated remembrance. I've been back to working on my Twister project, which I'm doping in Needlepoint Inc silks on 24 ct congress cloth, and had this ping of a reminder. I LOVE working with silk. I've spent so much of the last few months...
December 18th 08 02:59 PM
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Project Dolphy + NÝrkleklub by Amber
Herewith project Dolphy is started! To those who don't know, when my dad turned 70, I cross-stitched his car and made a pillow out of it for him. Big hit. Then I did the same thing for my two aunts (one her annex, where I used to live, and one a pansy, cause she likes flowers). The car and the...
December 18th 08 03:09 AM
by Amber Go to last post
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Oh dear :o(( by Parrotfish
I had this idea of cross-stitching the names of my Grand-children and nephews & nieces on Christmas Stockings. Bought the stockings from a 'Cheapo' shop, and spent double what they cost on Aida band. As I was stitching the inside seam, I noticed a label....... *This is not a toy...Keep out of...
December 18th 08 01:03 AM
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Italian Website updated by Jeanine3
Just a note to let you know that http://www.tuttoricamo.com the Italian needlework website has had it's last quarterly update for 2008 marking their third year online. There are 2 new antique books to download under: "Books" then: "...to download - Downloadable antique books". Under the first...
December 17th 08 11:53 PM
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So many colors! by [email protected]
I just got a chart called Merriment by Carole Gordon, it's nothing but candy canes with a green border around it. Very Christmas-y. It's very real looking, almost like a photograph, even has shadows. Now, candy canes are red and white, plus the green border, plus the shadows, which are grey and...
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December 17th 08 05:21 PM
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The ultimate in time-wasting! by Bruce Fletcher (remove dentures to reply)
http://www.lolcatbible.com -- Bruce Fletcher Stronsay, Orkney UK
December 16th 08 08:58 PM
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Christmas cracker snaps supplier in Canada by peter[_2_]
this is getting URGENT. does anyone know of a Canadian source of snaps for DIY Christmas Crackers, ideally in the Toronto area. Apparently the UK source (oldenglishcrackers either woudl not ship to Canada at all or could not ship the snaps here quickly enough.) many thanks Peter
December 16th 08 04:40 PM
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OT Cheryl I by Margaret St. John
Hi all, Cheryl I. asked me to post for her. She still doesn't have her power back. They have moved into a hotel, but she doesn't have online access. She's doing fine and she may not be able to get back online till next week. -Margaret -- \\ o o |\/ o\ o
December 15th 08 10:27 PM
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Good read by lewmew
Just finished Fractured by Karen Slaughter. Pretty good story and a couple of interesting characters I hope we'll see more of. If you're looking for something to read on a cold winter night, I recommend it. Linda
December 15th 08 04:44 PM
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