Mmmmmmmm S.E.X. in the mail!

Ordered some new side bars for my scrolls (longer than the ones that
come in the multi-frame set sold at Michaels). Not only must I commnend
ADP for getting them to me so fast even over the holiday weekend, but
when I opened the box, I could smell the fresh-cut wood! I think these
were made just for meeeeeeeeeee!
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(Yes, Fred, I still love you, too, but the large StitchAway doesn't
collapse for transport like the scrolls do. It's a mite unwieldly to
take on the bus to Guild meetings, and the projects du jour won't fit on
the small StitchAway that fits in my tote bag.) For those who are
unfamiliar with Fred's product:
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Ask and TiaMary
will sing its praises to the highest heavens. In fact, you don't even
have to ask!
I've taken Fred's StitchAway to my aunt & uncle's house, and home to
dad, and let these avid woodworkers ooh and ah over the satin smooth
finish and the expert corner joins. When Dad says something wooden is
gorgeous and well-made, he doesn't give such praise lightly, but I don't
want to give Freddo a swelled head, so don't tell him that!
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Karen C in California
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Speaking of Fred, I don't know how many people he emailed to tell of the passing of his beloved Chilkoot, a *beautiful* specimen of a giant Alaskan malamute. He was having multiple medical problems so Fred & Marjorie had to send him over the Rainbow Bridge the end of last month.
Rest in peace, Chilkoot.
Joan
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Joan E.
Oh, I am *SO* sorry to read that, Joan. I had heard so much of him, I felt that I knew the sweet old feller (Chilkoot, not Fred). If you are reading this, Fred, my sympathies to you and Marjorie! he had left you with many happy memories of your lives together.
I can just see him and our dear old Whisky romping together, where there is no pain.
Gillian
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Gill Murray
i am probably one of the few people here who actually got to meet Chilkoot -- Fred & Marjorie, too. All of them were just wonderful but Chilkoot was an absolute *gentleman* when he was around me!! He seemed to realize that I didn't have the strength (arthritis, etc.) in my legs or back to be able to deal with such a HUGE dog. He was truly a Gentle Giant with me! Fred was very nice, too -- don't get me wrong -- but Chilkoot was just an absolute dream! IIRC, I have a photo of the two of us together posted at my Webshots album. If not, I need to do that soon! CiaoMeow >^;;^<
PAX, Tia Mary >^;;^< (RCTQ Queen of Kitties) Angels can't show their wings on earth but nothing was ever said about their whiskers! Visit my Photo albums at
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Tia Mary
Speaking of Fred, I don't know how many people he emailed to tell of the passing of his beloved Chilkoot, a *beautiful* specimen of a giant Alaskan malamute. He was having multiple medical problems so Fred & Marjorie had to send him over the Rainbow Bridge the end of last month.
Rest in peace, Chilkoot.
I am so sorry to hear that--Fred spoke so often of him, it was clear Chilkoot was one very loved dog. Perhaps Chilkoot will meet up with my Emma, who is very friendly and loves a good run with a friend. A dog-shaped hole in the heart is a big whole, no matter what size the dog.
Dawne
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Dawne Peterson
I have posted another thread explaining the situation here.
Fred
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tears were wine I'd be drunk.
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Fred
He was a beautiful dog and I know he will be sorely missed. But you do have great memories to hold on to.
Lucille
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Lucille

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