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12/20/20 1:36 P

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I'm not much for being jammed into small places with lots of people either. Don't get near my ankles with a grocery cart or a stroller. I've been known to slip my foot on the under part of a cart and hold it back when the other shopper is leaning on the hand rests and pushing her cart into me. Not much of an issue now, but not everyone adheres to the six foot distance.

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Glad you weren't stopped by hand pain. The cross stitch will be there waiting for you when you get all your Mom's stuff handled.

Can't think of a reveal exactly, except it strikes me that I must have a tiny bit of claustrophobia. I much prefer listening to the sermon online (just ended) than being crowded into a pew with people surrounding me.

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I didn't really give it up, but have set it aside for quite a while. I think the things I chose to do were more complicated than I needed to stitch. Having 15 or more colors in a project is daunting. I think it was more that I was helping with projects for other people and they took precedence.
I did notice that I had some hand pain when I knit, but I've had carpal tunnel surgery since then, so I should check and see if knitting still bothers me.

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11/19/20 8:36 P

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I bought a little bit of it in the bulk section at the grocery just to see if I liked it. Now I order in from Amazon or get it in the health food section of the grocery when they have it.

Did you have to give up cross stitch? Reason I'm asking -- I've been having joint pain in the base of my thumb when trying to grasp things. I'm thinking it's arthritis and hoping it doesn't stick around and keep me from doing activities I like -- such as jewelry making.

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I've never had nutritional yeast. Do you buy it at the grocery or at a store like GNC?

I miss just sitting on the couch and doing counted cross stitch. emoticon

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11/18/20 6:51 P

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Popcorn is one of my favorite snacks. I've been air popping it, and then adding a light spray of oil -- then sprinkling seasoned salt and nutritional yeast on it. I've been making it for DH too and he enjoys it. He prefers his with no oil or salt or yeast -- just chili pequin flakes.
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10/4/20 12:46 P

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I agree about not wanting to redo hair and makeup, but I rarely swim any more.

Doctor told me to do weight bearing exercises like walking, emoticon which exclude swimming emoticon and cycling. emoticon



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Pat -- It's so fun when you see actors you're familiar with in one series in another earlier series.

Daily reveal - Even though I love to go to the pool and do laps for my exercise at the Y, I never actually get my head underwater. Don't want to have to go to all the trouble with my hair and makeup, also never learned how to properly swim without getting water in my nose.

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I had taped the version of _101 Dalmatians_ with Glenn Close and watched it yesterday. I was surprised that the actor who plays Father Brown is the Mark Williams who played one of the bumbling puppy burglars. The guy who is the lead character on _House_ was the other.

I'm forever reading and falling asleep. I'll watch TV until I'm dozing off, then get in bed and open the Kindle, only to fall asleep again.

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I love Father Brown! Very witty and entertaining. I think I've seen them all....have they stopped making the series? I even went so far as to find out what kind of hat he's wearing -- found out it's sometimes called a "saturno" hat -- like the rings of Saturn.


I read a couple of the Brother Cadfael mysteries years ago -- back when I was still reading a lot. I used to read during the day quit a bit, now when I try reading at night I can't keep my eyes open for longer than 10 pages it seems. Guess that's my reveal for the day. emoticon

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We have marathon showings of Murdoch Mysteries on Saturdays and Sundays on our cable. There are very few I haven't seen, but I do still enjoy them. I like Father Brown, too. At present I'm reading through all the Brother Cadfael mysteries. I think I've read all the Dame Frevisse books. It seems the longer ago that a novel is set in, the more I can guarantee that I won't come across many of the sins and language that are so commonplace in the books written today.

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Pat -- I enjoyed Rizzoli and Isles, too. Our library had the DVD's. I watched Murdoch Mysteries last night....got disk one of season 12 in the mail from Netflix. We still do the disks in the mail as well as suscribe to streaming.

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There is little satisfaction when that perfect rebuttal springs to mind, but it's about two hours too late.

I've been watching reruns of Rizzolli and Isles, but the reruns are being rerun, so I'm back to my DIY and decorating shows.

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Pat, I'm with you there! Any type of confrontation leaves a bad feeling with me that I go over and over again in my thoughts. And I keep thinking "well I should have said ....."

I also don't like to observe other people confronting each other or being rude. The talk shows where people are arguing or talking over each other make me cringe.

My reveal is that I do love crime and police dramas on television series. DH and I are currently watching Bosch....we finally got Amazon Prime and I'm exploring all that is free to watch on that.

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Today my reveal is that I absolutely hate confrontation. I may get really angry about a bill or about the way I'm treated, but I don't like to confront the company or the person. I'd rather just stop using a product or frequenting a store.

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Wonderful use for that fabric, Pat! I bet the home made masks are also a lot more comfortable. Our son gave us a couple of the N95 masks, and I found them to be very uncomfortable - left dents in my cheeks. What I use now is a simple stretch one that is quick to put on and take off -- and folds up thin. I carry an extra in a zipper pocket in my purse. Doesn't happen very often, but occasionally I've found myself all the way into a store without remembering to put my mask on.

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Goodness! Look at the time between posts. I fell off sometime back in 2019. Lots has happened, hasn't it? I'm sure we could all REVEAL some major frustrations due to Covid-19.

I did find something to do with a lot of that fabric -- I gave it away to someone who was making face masks. She was making them for nurses at the hospital where her daughter works. The hospital got fussy and demanded the nurses use N95 masks. Hers were interfaced and had the furnace filter inserts which filtered out even more than 95% of particles. The nurses kept buying them, however, to use when they were out in public running errands.

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I love old buttons, and have been saving them forever. I finally got around to the boxes of buttons I found in my Mom's sewing room. One of the boxes was from my grandmother's house that Mother cleared out when she died. I spent several days roughly sorting. Much neater now. There are a lot of the old mother of pearl that I'm thinking might have a future life on a necklace.

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1/10/20 11:48 P

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Yay on the puzzle!! Hope the pockets work out. Sometimes patterns are as clear as mud. Lol

I am working on my mending right now. Buttons and hemming mostly. Yeah I am short too. 5’4” everything is always too long!

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Wow! I totally fell off this thread but have enjoyed catching up!

I sew my own clothes as well but not as much as I should! I'm only 5' tall so NOTHING fits; it's easier to make it myself. My mom was a wonderful seamstress! She could do stuff without a pattern but I don't even try. I've got a jacket in progress now but having trouble with the pockets.

I've started my puzzle. I found a board to place over it to keep the cats off!

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Oh wow, I think I will stick to a pattern, LOL I am not sure I could make my own. emoticon

I started a new puzzle, "Birds of the Back Yard". What are the rest of you all doing for your winter fun?

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1/2/20 11:30 P

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Christine -- no -- have not made an apron yet, but here are two images I found that show a pattern layout for one. Once you get a pattern made, seems like it would be fairly simple to put together. Main thing is figuring out how big to make it.





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I hope to cut out a kimono for around the house tomorrow. Looks like an easy pattern. Paula did you ever make those aprons? I hope to make an apron this year too.

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When I sewed, I found Vogue patterns to be the most reliable. Sometimes a bit more involved, but the finished garment was worth it. Some of them were classic styles. Sure do wish I'd saved them. I used to think they were an extravagance at yesterday's prices, but was shocked when I saw how much patterns cost now days.

Yes -- I DO remember leg warmers, and actually bought a couple pairs at the dollar store. I use them when I paint my toenails and my feet get cold...at least I can cover up to my toes.

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11/1/19 12:39 P

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I got a new puzzle to piece. emoticon

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I like to make my own leggings because they fit me better. This morning I had a pink velour (around the house) pair that are super long, so they stay bunched up at the bottom. They are super warm for the winter over a pair of socks. (Sort of like built-in leg warmers, remember those?) LOL

So one winter I made 10 pairs of them. When I worked I made a lot of my clothes. Usually just basics like Vogue's patterns called 5 easy pieces. I like to sew if I have time.

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Do you make a lot of your clothing?

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I like to make some of my clothes

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Ooooo I forgot about the corn bread! Me too!

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I love fall, too! I start thinking of soups and stews and big pots of beans with cornbread! emoticon

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I love fall and pumpkin bread!!!

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emoticon

It's just my brother and me -- he never had kids, and I have two.

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Paula she was four years younger but we were best friends. Losing her was so hard.

My mom only had one brother but my dad was one of eight, I am one of six children.

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I'm an only. On my father's side were six children. Two never married, two had one child, two had two. Zero population growth. Of the six of us cousins, three had two children each, three had no children (although one adopted two). Again, ZPG. My husband's family is a totally different kettle of fish. He is one of eight.

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emoticon Christine -- I'm so sorry. Was she younger or older than you?

My mother and father were both "only" children, so I don't have any first cousins. My mom's father divorced my grandmother and then re-married and had two daughters -- but they were way younger than my Mom, and she was never really a part of that new family.

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Those guys should have removed them, for sure!!!

My sister Connie was born with a hole in her heart, she passed away when she was 21 years young. I miss her dearly.

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Our windows look horrible! DH and I both need to get out early one morning. Also, there are two stickers still attached to the new windows in our addition. They are very high up on the exterior and we can't figure out how to place the ladder where it won't lean against the glass. It would have been SO EASY for those guys to remove them before they put the windows in!
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That's what I need to do as well. emoticon Squeegee please.

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I need to wash my windows! emoticon

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We used to throw a couple mint stalks in the tea when it was steeping -- really good!

I love doing crossword puzzles.

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That tea sounds really good!

I grow yellow daylilies.

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Outshine pomegranate and tangerine are the best, IMHO.

I grow mint (well, actually, it would take over if I'd let it) and make tasty minted iced tea. Boil about 4 stems with leaves in a couple quarts of water. Use about half a dozen regular or decaffeinated tea bags depending on the strength you like it, and let them steep about 10 minutes. Strain into a gallon pitcher and fill the rest with water. Refrigerate. My friend normally sweetens her tea, but not this stuff. She says it's flavorful enough with no sugar. Remember to compost the mint and tea bags. emoticon

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Christine -- I've tried the orange ones and think they're good! Have not tried lime.

I love the way a good hard spin ride makes me feel -- even if it's tough to get started. emoticon

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I used to watch HGTV all the time.

I love lime outshine fruit bars

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I like watching house makeovers on HGTV.

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I love bread!

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Pat - my son had the lasik, too -- and loves it!

I LOVE dogs! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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I have been wearing glasses or contacts since third grade. Years ago I had Lasik. What a boon! I do still wear glasses for night driving.

I LOVE chocolate. emoticon emoticon

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Pat -- all good suggestions. emoticon The folders sound good. I also need to go through and unsubscribe to a lot of newsletters I find I'm not opening.

My reveal today is that I've been putting off setting up an eye exam. Had my first one ever last year and did not enjoy the dilation experience. Took over a day to get back to normal.

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Paula, have you considered putting/saving those ideas in an email folder instead of just leaving them in your inbox? Or you might find bookmarking a craft page is easier. Do you have a filter that throws the junk mail directly into the trash?

I don't drink coffee. emoticon

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Oh, that is so easy to have happen Paula. It has happened to me before.

My reveal is that I am finally drinking my coffee black.

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Probably no surprise -- but my reveal is that I've fallen way behind with my email. I was shocked to see I had about 900 messages. Some of them I've saved after reading through the years (like craft ideas with links etc.), but others are just junk ads that have piled up. Others are threads like this that I let slide.

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Yes, me too!

I have a lot of bird books!

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