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sure, if you want to spend a stamp send it on. Small scatter prints are always good.
excellent. I'll get it in the mail today. (if I don't procrastinate too much, that is .....) :-)
large envelope at the post office today. ETA: 9/7
Would he have an aversion to pink scissors?
Not even remotely. He was the lead surveyor that built roads and things so a very manly group of guys. One very cold day he had left his gloves at the office. All I had was a pair of bright pink fuzzy gloves. He wore them for two days and said they were the best things ever. Warm and everyone could see his signals better lol
Now that is a great visual
Mishii, so, is your PITA a surveyor? My BIL is a surveyor for KS. He is on some board that travels around to quarterly or meetings and such….
anyway, just got me to wondering if they might know each other through their professions. He sure knows a lot of people. Bill Haverkamp…….from Topeka.
He is a surveyor. I’ll have to ask if he knows him!
Here's my progress so far:
Keeps getting prettier.
While I was working on quilting the "Red Barberpole Twister" quilt for my friend Wanda in Sacramento it occurred to me that perhaps I should document the fact that it was really ME that was doing the work on the quilt and not some fairy godmother. LOL
So here's a selfie of Wanda's friend hovering over her quilt while it is loaded in Lily Aurora. How did this college friend from the 1960s become so elderly?