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Old June 21st 05, 02:52 AM
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Have you seen this new light from Eddie Bauer?
http://www.eddiebauer.com/eb/product...oduct_id=27391
Very interesting, you wear it around your ear. It looks like it would
be great to toss into a suitcase to ccs in a hotel room. Or in a car,
or on a plane, or train, or wherever. I wonder how bright it is.

Audrey

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Old June 22nd 05, 06:04 PM
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http://tinyurl.com/dval9

Have you seen this one from OTT? Pricey but could be a must have!
Jeanine in Canada



Have you seen this new light from Eddie Bauer?

http://www.eddiebauer.com/eb/product...oduct_id=27391
Very interesting, you wear it around your ear. It looks like it would
be great to toss into a suitcase to ccs in a hotel room. Or in a car,
or on a plane, or train, or wherever. I wonder how bright it is.

Audrey
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Old June 22nd 05, 06:17 PM
Maureen In Vancouver, B.C.
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20 years ago my boyfriend of one month bought me a white metal lamp for my
stitching. It was the boom arm type that swivelled on a base that clamped
to the table. It had a big magnifying glass and circular flourescent light
tube in it. That boyfriend became my DH the following year, and he and that
lamp have been at my side ever since. But last week I swung the lamp into
place over my lap frame, and the whole head came off in my hands. There was
a little metal plate that attached the light head to the boom arm, and it
has pulled through the metal. Now the lamp head is just hanging here by the
cable, and I find I can no longer stitch without it! The local lamp store
is only interested in selling me a new one, so I'm going to try a welding
shop today to see if they can maybe put my lamp back together again. I sure
hope this doesn't mean DH is going to fall apart next! LOL

Maureen
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http://tinyurl.com/dval9

Have you seen this one from OTT? Pricey but could be a must have!
Jeanine in Canada



Have you seen this new light from Eddie Bauer?

http://www.eddiebauer.com/eb/product...oduct_id=27391
Very interesting, you wear it around your ear. It looks like it would
be great to toss into a suitcase to ccs in a hotel room. Or in a car,
or on a plane, or train, or wherever. I wonder how bright it is.

Audrey



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Old June 22nd 05, 07:11 PM
Cheryl Isaak
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On 6/22/05 1:17 PM, in article [email protected], "Maureen
In Vancouver, B.C." wrote:

20 years ago my boyfriend of one month bought me a white metal lamp for my
stitching. It was the boom arm type that swivelled on a base that clamped
to the table. It had a big magnifying glass and circular flourescent light
tube in it. That boyfriend became my DH the following year, and he and that
lamp have been at my side ever since. But last week I swung the lamp into
place over my lap frame, and the whole head came off in my hands. There was
a little metal plate that attached the light head to the boom arm, and it
has pulled through the metal. Now the lamp head is just hanging here by the
cable, and I find I can no longer stitch without it! The local lamp store
is only interested in selling me a new one, so I'm going to try a welding
shop today to see if they can maybe put my lamp back together again. I sure
hope this doesn't mean DH is going to fall apart next! LOL

Maureen



Oh dear - I hope not!




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Old June 22nd 05, 09:02 PM
Brenda Lewis
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Be careful when you touch him! VBEG

Maureen In Vancouver, B.C. wrote:
20 years ago my boyfriend of one month bought me a white metal lamp for my
stitching. It was the boom arm type that swivelled on a base that clamped
to the table. It had a big magnifying glass and circular flourescent light
tube in it. That boyfriend became my DH the following year, and he and that
lamp have been at my side ever since. But last week I swung the lamp into
place over my lap frame, and the whole head came off in my hands. There was
a little metal plate that attached the light head to the boom arm, and it
has pulled through the metal. Now the lamp head is just hanging here by the
cable, and I find I can no longer stitch without it! The local lamp store
is only interested in selling me a new one, so I'm going to try a welding
shop today to see if they can maybe put my lamp back together again. I sure
hope this doesn't mean DH is going to fall apart next! LOL

Maureen


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