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Mary N Lee
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About Me
Retired in my 70s. Do what I like to do quilt and give them to who needs them and wants them (including family down to great grandchildren). I love my Pfaff, my longarm, and my sewing room. Not necessarily in that order. I love trying anything new, new technique new style, new idea. I love what I do and do what I love. My husband is awesomely supportive. He drives me and my quilting buddies to any of the shows we want to go to. He is a familiar face at our quilt runs and shows.With support like him I can't go wrong. In our spare time we ride for charity on our 1100 Yamaha that he got for his 70th. My two sons take care of the 7-12 head of cattle we have. My two daughters have not caught the quilting bug, but they would have to slow down to catch it.
Hobbies and Interests
quilting, applique, paper piecing, machine quilting, crazy quilting

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At 3:46am on May 8, 2014, Marianne said…

Hello Mary,  I loved you phrase they would have to slow down to catch the quilting bug, these young ones seem to live in the fast lane all the time.

I don't have daughters, but the daughter in laws are the same.

I am sure we were all very busy when young, I still had time for hobbies.

I was hoping to have a sewing afternoon, but had a call from a friend who is coming after lunch, so we will be exercising our jaw mussels instead of our fingers ...smile.

Where in the world r u, it must be the country, I live in the country, my husband is a horticulturist.  A bit different to animals, but the plants and trees have to be looked after just the same.  Ttfn Marianne

 
 
 

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