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I haven't seen any new messages at all (other than the recipe I posted)
in two days. Is everyone gone all at once?

I haven't picked up a needle in three days and am going through
withdrawal. Tonight, some stitching time for sure!! I've finished
stitching two ornaments from the JCS 2010 issue - the sock monkey and
the BritterKitty ones; I'm now working on  the puffin. This weekend I'll
kit up the monkey and kitty ones for assembly during my trip next week -
it'll be small enough to not take up too much room in the bag. Maybe
I'll finish the puffin one, too!....or maybe not. <vbg>

sue



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I'm here.  It's just that it's been very quiet and there was nothing to
answer.

I'm glad to know that someone looks in on us.

I'm happily working on the What in the World piece from Funk & Weber and
using up a slew of odds and ends.  It's a fun project.

Lucille

 


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On 11/5/2010 7:46 PM, Lucille wrote:
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  I am here, too. Even Lucille and I miss each other during the day
and we live in the same state, both retired..  I am trying to get used
to the newest update of Thunderbird...so delete things I didn't mean to.
Just takes a day or two LOL

Gillian

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On 2010/11/06 02:57 AM, Gillian Murray wrote:
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I'm also flummoxed by the new version!  Why do new versions of
programmes always make things more difficult instead of less?  Now it
takes me 2 or 3 clicks to get new mail, etc. instead of 1!  I suppose
I'll have to start reading all the "help" sections, if I can find them now!

Joyce in RSA.

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I finally learned that one must not update a program unless the new
version has a feature that one wants.

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Smart thinking! I started that habit years ago after I found out photographs
downloaded from my camera with Windows 98 were inaccessible ever since. I'm
afraid that a lot of people who think that they have family albums on their
computers are going to in for a big disappointment some day when they find
that newer versions of software will not recognize data created by older
versions. I even have some CDs that were generated with Windows 98 that
can't be read with any newer versions of Windows because Windows won't
recognize the CD writer that was used at the time. Don't ask how much fun it
is to try and access drafting done with Corel 9. Grrrrrrrrrrr

Fred
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If nothing changes, nothing changes.
Don't back stitch to email, just stitchit.



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I should be so lucky!!!
My ISP now supplies some form of Windows Live with my internet service. With
95% clicks of the mouse I have to wait for a MSN sponsored advertisement.
Click to select a message - wait for an ad. Click to expand the message -
wait for an ad. Etc., etc. The damn (being polite) Windows Live ads. are
being downloaded via javascript. Disable javascript and no mail messages
appear at all. Pop Up blocker is of no use either. It probably won't help
but I'm not buying sweet tweet from any of these advertisers.

Thank goodness I get newsgroups from September.org

Fred
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If nothing changes, nothing changes.
Don't back stitch to email, just stitchit.



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On 11/5/2010 7:46 PM, Lucille wrote:
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I also am here - but am usually a lurker.  I did have some finishes
lately.... pics can be seen here: non-facebook user link

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=16285&id=1788926921&l=9b963c0475

The last 6 photos are my most recent finishes.

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I've been around but busy with "life" which has
included washing the sheers while the drapes
are out being cleaned, putting all the furniture
and books, etc back after the carpet was cleaned.
Next week will be fun with dr appts for every other
day, leaves that need to be raked for borough
pickup and bulbs to be planted.

I've got sock monkey almost done but haven't
picked up a needle since Tuesday.

Oh, and we're supposed to get snow flurries
tonight.  At least we get an extra hour of
sleep Sat night.

Nancy

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I'm finally back at my seasonal job of entering mail orders for pears
& Moose Munch and working on a Hardanger Group Correspondence Course &
crocheting scarves during breaks/lunch & off time.  Today we (DH & I)
get to cut & stack firewood so we don't have to hear the furnace going
on early in the morning. :-)  It hasn't gotten really cold yet but we
have the thermostat programmed to go on if the house gets below 62 F.
Liz from Humbug

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Well DH and I have been celebrating our 56th wedding anniversary today.
Hugs
Shirley
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On 11/6/2010 4:36 PM, Shirley Shone wrote:
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Congratulations to you both, Shirley.  Many more to come, I hope.
I am busy trying to make some new clothes for Fall and Winter, so the
only handwork I am doing at present is finishing work on garments, plus
some "idiot knitting" - knitted slippers - for in front of the tv.

Olwyn Mary in New Orleans

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On 11/6/2010 5:36 PM, Shirley Shone wrote:
  Well DH and I have been celebrating our 56th wedding anniversary today.
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Congrats, Shirley! What a milestone. What's your secret? <vbg>


Sue


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I can vouch for that! It was 49 years for Marjorie and I in August. She was
16 at the time which just goes to show you that some females develope good
judgment very early in life.<g>

Fred
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Don't back stitch to email, just stitchit.



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Luck also enters the picture - for instance Lucille and I were
unfortunate that our husbands died, there is no defence against that
no matter how happy.

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WOW - that's great! Many happy returns!

Cheryl


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Wow, Congrats, Shirley!   That means you were married the same year I
was born! :):):)

Joan

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Thank you Joan and every one who sent their good wishes.
Hugs
Shirley
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I just realized that I never sent my congrats on your 56th anniversary and
I'm sorry for neglecting such an auspicious occasion.

Lucille
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I am celebrating it all week so you are still in time.
Thank you very much
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Shirley
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