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yahoo, anyone here?   General Discussion

Started Feb-8 by Dee in TX (DBRADFOR3); 1546 views.

but even the retreaters aren't talking much.  That usually happens when they actually go and that isn't until later this week (next week?)  Maybe they are all packing.  Though there aren't many going this year either. 

I'm just rattling around.  Work is very SLOW, I only had 16 hours last week and this week is looking even less.  I can't get into my sewing room right now because of the bathroom remodel - well I can get to my machine but not the fabrics.  and all DH wants to talk about is the floor plan - and I'm already tired of agonizing over that.  Sigh.  I need a new SEWING project to be excited about.  At this rate I will have to start working again, I can't do this sitting around very well.  And it's only the 2nd week.

Pirate (PIRATE_SR)

From: Pirate (PIRATE_SR)

Feb-8

I'm continuing to work on the same old stuff as I always have been.  :-)   Although, I *have* worked in some quilting along with the scrapbooking.  I gotta say, I've missed the quilting.  I do miss the sewing part.  Forever Projects are fine, but they don't reduce my UFO piles!

And I don't talk too much about the scrapbooking stuff because .. well .. it's not quilting. :-)

judyinohio

From: judyinohio

Feb-8

A spouse building a house.

Been there done that. You have my best wishes. LOL

The placement of every light switch drove me bananas.

I have had a really busy day and nothing really quilty I can share. 

I know he is frustrated I am not more "involved" in the floor plan - he has spent HOURS staring at the computer, playing with a CAD program he found.  I'm frustrated he is not helping much with the clean up around here.  Though he did work on replacing the exhaust fan in the bathroom, but then he slipped and fell down the stairs from the attic.  Fortunately no "obviously" broken bones though I'm wondering about his elbow and ribs.  Men.  who would think it was a good idea of work in the attic while wearing slippers.  seriously!

judyinohio

From: judyinohio

Feb-8

Clever men frequently fall short in the common sense department.

My son (the PhD in Geometry guy) is a superb example of that. During his high school and college years we frequently joked about getting him a vanity license plate with "WHOOPS" on it. Don't know about his behavior since he got married and established a home five hundred miles from Ohio but he's a serious woodworker in his spare time and he still has all of his fingers so I guess he is doing okay.

bornblesse2

From: bornblesse2

Feb-8

Well, Ellen has been doing odds and ends today.  Making some needed appointments, and so 3 cleaning.  Rattling around and just not very chatty - for no particular reason!

Mishii

From: Mishii

Feb-8

No retreat stuff here. Just work and more work. 

latterberry

From: latterberry

Feb-9

Maybe some of us are quiet because with all this quarantine business, we aren't getting out to do anything exciting to talk about.  I think this ^$^* pandemic is having bad effects on our psyches.  I know I am beginning to feel like a hermit content to stay at home.  We also have the same wind factor with ice on the roads which doesn't help.

I am proud of myself though that I have gotten about 8 nap and kid quilts sandwiched (the part I hate doing) and ready to be quilted. Then I can take my load of them up to the Children's Hospital and the  chemo center.  That will feel good to get them out of the way.  

I have also been working on my ancestry and having good fun with that.  I'm only working on following my dad's line a far back as I can and found a really cool character.  Grace O'Malley from the late 1500s (also known as the Pirate Queen) i my 11th great grandmother. Google her if you like--quite a woman.  

judyinohio

From: judyinohio

Feb-9

I've heard of Grace O'Malley!  You found her in your family tree?!  That is so cool!

No wonder you sometimes jump in your car and go off looking for adventure with that gene in your DNA.  grinning

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