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Comment by Riana Noyes on October 11, 2018 at 6:41pm

Received this message from Sylvia Thomas, regarding my photo posting problem

Thank you for contacting us.
We do apologize for the inconveniences.
Our tech team is currently working on the issue.
Hopefully, it will be resolved in the nearest time.
Thank you for your patience and understandings.

Comment by Barbara Hughes on October 11, 2018 at 12:33pm

That is strange, Elizabeth. It came in my inbox today. LOL

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips on October 11, 2018 at 9:50am

Hi Barbara,

It must have been an old message from when my husband had a pacemaker implanted and had his valve replaced.  We are both well presently.  I'm just getting ready to go downstairs to the party room to cut some fabric.

Comment by Riana Noyes on October 11, 2018 at 9:35am

What devastation in Florida's northwest! That monster storm came up so fast, and was nearly cat. 5 when it hit Mexico Beach/ Panama area! Zoe, l don't know how close you were, but l'm sure there's no power andprobably wind damage.                       We're delaying departure so we're not in the way of storm rescue/ cleanup in the Carolinas and way of knowing how those folks will be effected yet. They're still reeling from Florence.

Comment by Barbara Hughes on October 11, 2018 at 8:09am

Elizabeth sent a comment but it doesn't show up on the UFO page. It was about her husband coming home if the test come out good. The rest of it is cut off. 

Comment by Zoetc49 on October 10, 2018 at 10:25pm

Deanna,  Oh, my heart hurts for you.  That is just too many love ones to go too close together.  I am amusing lived long as most can live up to 18 years, which I think makes it even harder to say good-bye.  For my dog, he is still full of life, that is what makes it so hard for me- there is no signs of ill health like slowing down, sleeping all the time etc. He is full of energy.  You are right, they each take a bit of our heart, but we get some of theirs and I know as you know, they gave us the best life and we gave them the best life, so we each added to our lives. It still hurts as you know. I am so sorry about your sweet cat, they are so unique in their expressions of affections. 

Comment by Barbara Hughes on October 10, 2018 at 9:32pm


Comment by Deanna Davis on October 10, 2018 at 9:17pm

Linda, glad you are making some progress.

Zoe, sorry for your pup. I have lost 2 dogs in the past few months, and last night, our Rusty (cat), went over the Rainbow Bridge. The all take a piece of our heart with them ~

Been going thru the stash to find something to piece a back for Wilow, she's the next one to the quilter ! 

And tonight I am just whipped. Skipped swimming this morning so I could drive 2 hrs to the conference, only to have my car die at a place I stopped to use the restroom. Got a jump, made it to the conference. Car started for the return trip, but when I again stopped at the same place on the way home, needed another jump. Nice Samaritan this morning showed me ow to get it running each time, but I need a long metal something-or-other to reach down and tap the starter .. seems my jumper cables have jumped out of my car as well. On the return trip I left a Quilts of Valor card on the bulletin board .. hopefully someone will see it and nominate someone that needs one. 

Tonight I am just going to curl up and veg ..foot is larger than it should be and I cannot sit anymore … nite all 

Comment by Zoetc49 on October 9, 2018 at 9:37pm

That you all for your kind words, and encouragement on the bathroom. I saw the word for the antibiotic got removed, funny ! it was Amox a cellin  I know I did not spell this right, but figured it would not get

Comment by Barbara Hughes on October 9, 2018 at 9:32pm

Zoe,  so sorry for your poor doggy.  Lost my Quaker Parrot some time ago. He was my buddy for 6 years.  Also agree with Mary, making a bathroom more comfortable can only make it better.

Linda, so happy for you to be in your own home again. Hope you are enjoying every minute of your time there. Unwrapping all your things will be like Christmas. Hope you have some friends near by.


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