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day 599 There are so many wonderful things to learn.

Monday, April 04, 2016

So much to get in my head and straight. I love to go to the quilt things but come home with so many ideas and new things every time I do. It is just got my brain boggled right now.

The day in itself was fine. Except I didn't get dinner yet and it's almost 10 pm. Think I'll have a hard boiled egg and some bread pudding in a cup. Because that even includes some fruit.

Tomorrow is another day full of adventures. First I get to get my taxes done. Never a fun way to spend an hour. Then I'm going to go try to hook up a new phone for mom and dad. And then it's off to my last quilt class. That is just sad.
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  • KOFFEENUT
    Who knows - maybe they'll offer an ADVANCED quilting class for you graduates!
    1416 days ago
  • MOONGLOWSNANA
    While cleaning up in the laundry room I found a box of quilt squares that I bought years ago at a garage sale for $1.50. They are red and white hand stitched in little 9 patch squares. I'll have to use them in something somehow, after I get the grands' quilts all finished. I always get so many ideas when I look at a quilt store too. Maybe when your last class is over you can try out some of your new ideas... You don't really need to wait for another quilt class... You do nice work!
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    I had your bread pudding recipe for breakfast this morning. It was yummy, and I have shared the recipe with friends! emoticon

    Good luck installing the new phone. emoticon


    1416 days ago
  • WASU132
    Been quilting for quite a while. Haven't done any new ones lately. Shopping for material is such fun.
    1416 days ago
  • PJACKSON86
    Good luck to you
    1416 days ago
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