[our_patch] Re: another nice one

Well, once again I'm drowsing at the computer, but a promise is a promise.

This was my big week of the month, working half days all week except for
one which was a full day.  In housekeeping that's a pretty tough week,
although if I had to I could do more.  Tomorrow's my day off, so I'll just
sleep until I wake up.  Wait...laundry, dishes, housecleaning, ukulele
practice...where will I find the time?  ;-D

I've been trying to collect more links the past few weeks.  Lately I've
come close to being short.  We're always running around like chickens, but
managing to have fun, too.

Don is doing his respite care thing tomorrow and his client also needed him
Sunday, but he's got a gig on Sunday.  He suggested I take the gig so I
did.  We get to help her out and that will make it a profitable weekend for
us.

I'm so glad you're continuing to work on the quilt.  It'll be exciting to
see how it turns out and selling it will be nice too.

Thank you so much for keeping us up-to-date on your doings, we'll try to do
the same.

Lisa

On Thu, Mar 1, 2012 at 9:50 PM, Sandy Martin <smarte34@xxxxxxx> wrote:

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> Dear Don, Lisa and whoever is still haging around reading this,
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>   Thanks for another nice newsletter and all the links. I always admire
> you both for finding all those sites, along with any helpers you have.
> Nice to see that your little apartment is coming along. Do you think you
> will be in it by summer? If so, will you have air conditioning in it? I
> have been wondering if Texas has seen much rain this winter? I doubt you
> get snow, do you? Just wondering if the drought there shows any signs of
> easing up?
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>   My life is always busy. Sure a good thing I don't work because I would
> not have time for it. My life will never be boring. Aside from normal
> stuff, I signed up to do indexing for the 1940 census. It is fun to do.
> Right now I have been practicing on WWI draft cards. It is fun to see what
> people's occupations were way back then.
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>  I am still quilting on your quilt top, Lisa. I think I may be done with
> the quilting part in a couple more months. I don't work on it every night.
> Only about every third night for 90 min. or so. I am looking forward to
> getting that done so I can put on the binding. Still amazes me to look at
> your tiny little stitches and I admire them greatly.
>
>  Have had some family crisis (plural)- nothing really bad...just family
> members losing jobs because of economy (sad) and my 96 year old mom isn't
> doing well, (more sad).
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>  But on another note...it is March now and that means it is that much
> closer to spring...well here it should arrive in a couple more months.
> :-)   Hope everyone is doing well.  Congrats on losing weight you two. That
> is hubby's and my plan come spring when we can get back to walking outside.
>
>  Take care all! ~Sandy
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