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AHHHHH ... the Swap

Started by B J Elder/WA. Last reply by Cindy Jan 2. 170 Replies

walk in the woods challenge

Started by Sharon. Last reply by linda harriott/UK Dec 21, 2019. 98 Replies

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Comment by B J Elder/WA 2 hours ago

I love that it is in batiks. Bet it will be great when all together.

Comment by Gwen 2 hours ago


Another friend and I are staying busy on our Rocky Mt High quilt projects. It's not what I thought it was when I opened the kit, so it's a challenge to do it. At least in sections it's coming along. I am having fun as I'm getting the hang of it ;)


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Comment by Cindy 4 hours ago

 Happy Birthday, Charlotte!

Comment by Brenda Crisci 5 hours ago
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Comment by B J Elder/WA 7 hours ago

Happy Birthday Charlotte.... any chocolates left?

Comment by Sharon 7 hours ago

Happy Birthday  Charlotte   Bee happy and healthy 

Comment by linda harriott/UK 16 hours ago

HAPPY BIRTHDAY Charlotte, hope you have a wonderful day.

Comment by Sandy B /AUS yesterday

I understand about your boys BJ. We have men working outside our place building gardens, drives, etc for a young couple. The carpenter we used for the first lot of double glazing must be finding it tough too - as last year after he completed the first lot of windows he expected to be extremely busy. But what with the bushfires, drought and now this, we expect he will be here quite soon to put in the windows - as son as the windows are made. It is amazing to watch how they do it - the old windows are taken out on the inside after the wood architraves are removed. Last time they did it so carefully the original surrounds were reused. But it is noisy, physical and dusty.

The weather has been fine enough for me with my cough to be outside pruning. Just wonderful to be well enough to do this. 

I understand that paranoia. When my MIL had her cerebral haemorrhage and was admitted to hospital she was so scared and having horrifying dreams, she did not know what was going on but her brain kept  reinterpreting the sounds and noises around her and mixing them with her memories and fears. I still remember trying to calm her and her daughter who thought mum was going crazy.

Off for a well earned shower now and then maybe some creating. Love to everyone. I am grateful to belong to this group - thank you all.

Comment by B J Elder/WA on Friday

BB...oh, how I know those days. My dad had extreme paranoia with his dementia. For them, it is their 'true' world as their mind goes in its own direction, with no controls. You are right, it is so much better when their mind is essentially 'gone' - it is so much more peaceful for them, instead of frustrating and scary. 

My two oldest kids are working from home. My youngest owns his own business and he and his brother CJ live and work together. These times are toughest on them as the request for work has dropped significantly. The work they do is outside and away from everyone, so they would not be exposed to much of anything, but people are not hiring much out right now, with the economy being so bad and the future so 'unknown'.


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