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Old July 10th 03, 02:29 PM
Francis Reid
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If you're reading this, you're well enough to go to work. If you still
think you're not well enough, I know you're too sick to play with the
new Juki and your quilting frame, so go back to bed and I'll be home
this afternoon to take care of you. Lay back, eat bon bons and fondle
your fabric.
Your Husband
Frank
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Old July 10th 03, 03:22 PM
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LOL!

Thanks for the chuckle.....!

Laurie G.

Francis Reid wrote:
If you're reading this, you're well enough to go to work. If you still
think you're not well enough, I know you're too sick to play with the
new Juki and your quilting frame, so go back to bed and I'll be home
this afternoon to take care of you. Lay back, eat bon bons and fondle
your fabric.
Your Husband
Frank


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Old July 10th 03, 04:10 PM
Martha in IN
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What a hoot! Hey Brenda, there have been lots of times that I felt ok to
read the ng and NOT like working. G
Martha in IN
"Francis Reid" wrote in message
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If you're reading this, you're well enough to go to work. If you still
think you're not well enough, I know you're too sick to play with the
new Juki and your quilting frame, so go back to bed and I'll be home
this afternoon to take care of you. Lay back, eat bon bons and fondle
your fabric.
Your Husband
Frank



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Old July 10th 03, 07:34 PM
Queen of Squishies
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Brenda, if you're reading this,.......... good for you! If you feel like it
you can go to work, if not, you can play with your Juki. Then lay back, eat
bon bons, and fondle your fabric. : D

Karen, Queen of Squishies
hang in there

"Francis Reid" wrote in message
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If you're reading this, you're well enough to go to work. If you still
think you're not well enough, I know you're too sick to play with the
new Juki and your quilting frame, so go back to bed and I'll be home
this afternoon to take care of you. Lay back, eat bon bons and fondle
your fabric.
Your Husband
Frank



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Old July 10th 03, 07:57 PM
Diana Curtis
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Brenda, you may as well take Franks advice to rest up. Sounds like he hasnt
gotten the bug youre fighting yet, and when he does you will need all the
strength you can muster. You *know* how they get when they are sick.
Hugs, get well soon
Diana

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"Francis Reid" wrote in message
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If you're reading this, you're well enough to go to work. If you still
think you're not well enough, I know you're too sick to play with the
new Juki and your quilting frame, so go back to bed and I'll be home
this afternoon to take care of you. Lay back, eat bon bons and fondle
your fabric.
Your Husband
Frank



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Old July 10th 03, 08:26 PM
LN \(remove NOSPAM\)
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I'm guessing she's not really sick and the only bug she has caught is the
quilting bug.

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LN in NH
a crazy quilter * hand quilter * & hand appliquér
all in all --- a very slow quilter.... So send quilts!

"Diana Curtis" wrote in message
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Brenda, you may as well take Franks advice to rest up. Sounds like he

hasnt
gotten the bug youre fighting yet, and when he does you will need all the
strength you can muster. You *know* how they get when they are sick.
Hugs, get well soon
Diana

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http://photos.yahoo.com/lunamom44

"Francis Reid" wrote in message
...
If you're reading this, you're well enough to go to work. If you still
think you're not well enough, I know you're too sick to play with the
new Juki and your quilting frame, so go back to bed and I'll be home
this afternoon to take care of you. Lay back, eat bon bons and fondle
your fabric.
Your Husband
Frank





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Old July 10th 03, 08:39 PM
Francis Reid
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I'm guessing she's not really sick and the only bug she has caught is the
quilting bug.

--
LN in NH


Unfortunately, she's not playing hooky. She's got a brand new sewing
machine and quilting frame. Hasn't taken the machine out of the box
(true indication of "unwellness"). When mamma ain't happy, ain't no one
happy.
Frank
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Old July 10th 03, 09:50 PM
Sandy Foster
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In article ,
Francis Reid wrote:

If you're reading this, you're well enough to go to work. If you still
think you're not well enough, I know you're too sick to play with the
new Juki and your quilting frame, so go back to bed and I'll be home
this afternoon to take care of you. Lay back, eat bon bons and fondle
your fabric.
Your Husband
Frank



And *where* was the SPEW warning for this one???
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Old July 10th 03, 10:25 PM
Sharon Harper
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Oh how gorgeous! I actually dread the day Wayne starts to read/post the
newsgroup - he'll learn all my secrets!! Frank you are a wonderful husband
however, you should be home right now, waiting on Brenda hand and foot,
passing her those bon bons and fabric! Have fun Brenda!

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Sharon From Melbourne Australia (Qof DU)
http://www.geocities.com/shazrules/index.html
Member of the Houston 2004 Party Animals
"Francis Reid" wrote in message
...
If you're reading this, you're well enough to go to work. If you still
think you're not well enough, I know you're too sick to play with the
new Juki and your quilting frame, so go back to bed and I'll be home
this afternoon to take care of you. Lay back, eat bon bons and fondle
your fabric.
Your Husband
Frank



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Old July 10th 03, 11:22 PM
Kate Dicey
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Francis Reid wrote:

I'm guessing she's not really sick and the only bug she has caught is the
quilting bug.

--
LN in NH


Unfortunately, she's not playing hooky. She's got a brand new sewing
machine and quilting frame. Hasn't taken the machine out of the box
(true indication of "unwellness"). When mamma ain't happy, ain't no one
happy.
Frank



GIve her a big (((HUG))) - it'll make her feel more cheerful even if it
doesn't make her want to play with the new machine yet!
--
Kate XXXXXX
Lady Catherine, Wardrobe Mistress of the Chocolate Buttons
http://www.diceyhome.free-online.co.uk
Click on Kate's Pages and explore!

 




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