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Valley of the Sun Quilters   Off-Topic Chat

Started 8/20/15 by KSCarolyn; 1776741 views.
judyinohio

From: judyinohio

May-4

My eyes are open but my body won't be in gear for another two hours so I am sort of in agreement with you, Pirate.

When I started fitness walking in 2013, I would go out at 5 a.m. during the Summer - that's the coolest time of the day.  And don't go thinking I'm an early bird or anything, because as soon as I got home, I would go right back to bed.  Used to work at night, you know.  ha

LABFIEND

From: LABFIEND

May-5

LindaPutt said:

Of course we go out at about 6am but it’s really pleasant at that time of day nearly all year long.

My sister did that also, when she lived in Mesa, then Yuma.  You get all your stuff done early, so you can stay in later when it is hot.  I wouldn't go back to Phoenix because there are too many people!  When I grew up in Phoenix, the northern border of the town was about Union Hills, the sheep herders would go across the desert north of that.  I love the desert, but there are too many people in Phoenix-LOL!

Yeah, and as kids, we use to see how far we could walk barefoot on the asphalt before our feet started burning. (Yes, I know, there is something wrong with me-ROTFL)

When we first moved to Phoenix, all we had was a swamp cooler.

I could go on and on-LOL!

judyinohio

From: judyinohio

May-5

Yeah, and as kids, we use to see how far we could walk barefoot on the asphalt before our feet started burning. (Yes, I know, there is something wrong with me-ROTFL)

When we first moved to Phoenix, all we had was a swamp cooler.

Ah, that Arizona pioneer spirit!  Give me Johnny Appleseed's applejack (hard cider) any day.

Cathy (cacnurse1)

From: Cathy (cacnurse1)

May-6

keddykat75 said:

Quilting is going great.

Thanks for the picture.  Bet it looks great on your bed.  Do you have other projects waiting in the wings?

keddykat75

From: keddykat75

May-6

I do. I am going to be quilting my Pollinate wallhanging next. Hopefully this weekend I will start it. This one will be a custom quilting project instead of a pantograph.

Cathy (cacnurse1)

From: Cathy (cacnurse1)

May-7

keddykat75 said:

This one will be a custom quilting project instead of a pantograph.

I'm sure you will do it justice.  Look forward to seeing it quilted.

keddykat75

From: keddykat75

May-7

Thank you!  I basted it this morning. Now to appliqué it to the background before quilting. 

Judy (DJZMOM)

From: Judy (DJZMOM)

May-8

lppenguins said...

my update is NO breast cancer gene, Yay yay, so I’ll be having the lumpectomy soon. Just waiting on a date, then off to radiation. 

Wow Laura, what a huge relief off your mind and that of your kids too. Best wishes as you move forward with treatment.  hugs  

Judy (DJZMOM)

From: Judy (DJZMOM)

May-8

MelRN said...

Just hope you get to feeling better. (((HUGS))) Praying

Thanks Mel.  I do appreciate the prayer warriors in my life.  I am behaving myself, wearing my brace the faithfully and slowing down and trying to be more diligent about what I'm doing and haven't fallen since breaking my wrist. 

My feet are as bad, if not worse, with neuropathy which really messes with my already compromised balance .  It is difficult for me to stand (in one place) very long without my semi numb feet going "to sleep" making walking and balancing difficult.  I sure wish there was something I could find that would help even a bit.

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