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Brn2sew
Posted 2018-01-01 10:18 AM (#81731)
Subject: Jan 2018


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Happy New Year to you all.  Still frigid here in SD, so am staying in where it's warm and starting another quilt top today.  Hoping your day and this year is a good one.
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Dorian
Posted 2018-01-01 1:32 PM (#81732 - in reply to #81731)
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HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE!!!

Wishing you and yours a wonderful year, full of nothing but good things 

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Dorian
Posted 2018-01-05 8:45 AM (#81733 - in reply to #81731)
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Good morning Ladies,

Donna, Sandy and anyone else, you guys ok with all that cold and snow? We have a bit of wind and touch of rain and temps in the 40s and 50s, I wonder if we'll get some snow/cold in the Spring this year... as we often do have more snow in the Spring than the Winter. lol

Not much going on around here, just the normal everyday stuff. We had a good Christmas and didn't stay up to bring in the New Year, I just can't stay up late anymore.. probably cause I get up so early. lol

Take care all, hope those in the cold regions are doing ok.

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MsMeow
Posted 2018-01-06 9:33 AM (#81734 - in reply to #81733)
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Hi, ladies! Dorian, we've had cold weather all week - in the 30s overnight and only up to 50 in the daytime. It's supposed to start warming up this weekend.

Last weekend we went to DC to visit my sister. We flew up Friday night and home Monday night. It snowed about 1/2" overnight on Friday. We didn't get to see it falling, but it was the most snow I'd ever seen! It was very cold there - highs only in the teens. We stayed indoors as much as possible!
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Brn2sew
Posted 2018-01-15 2:59 PM (#81735 - in reply to #81731)
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Hi everyone, It warmed up to 24 above yesterday and snowed about another 2 inches, so I was out shoveling in the wind in the afternoon. Roger had left shoulder repair in November, so shoveling is up to me this winter. Today is much colder, it's warmed up to 5 above by now. We started the day at minus 5. Just after New Year, I was using the snow blower and it tipped over on top of me. Luckily I got the blade shut off and it out of gear somehow. Only thing that was hurt was my pride and tailbone. That frozen sidewalk is HARD! Went back to my exercise class today and was able to do everything except one of her exercises, so Yay for the healing tailbone!
Today, I'm working on the back for the top I started Jan 1. It's just wide strips and chunks of left over purple fabrics. Maybe this quilt will be done sometime this month? Our local quilt guild is having a spring retreat the end of Feb, so am looking forward to that. Our guild is hosting the state guild in September and we're hoping to make it a turkey theme. We've been looking at free patterns for turkey favors, table runners, and centerpieces to make. We only have 20 members and expect about 90 folks to come for the state guild meeting. We'd better get busy on these turkey things! Our town has a large turkey processing plant and process about 1000 turkeys daily for restaurants and grocery stores. We're hoping the plant will let the members have a tour on one of the days state guild is here. Wish us luck getting this in place.
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