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Comment by Riana Noyes on November 14, 2014 at 6:57pm

Linda, glad your brother's going home to recover...too many airborn germs/viruses floating around hospitals.

Comment by Riana Noyes on November 14, 2014 at 6:53pm

Wow, Mary, skylights and solar panels! Do they supply all ,or part of your electricity?Some of the property owners here have huge stands of them, they rotate to face the sun...but this year, there's been way more cloud than sun ( and we already got some you can have the rest of ours). Love your house, and l'm envious of a 16' fabric cupboard!

Comment by Linda Koller on November 14, 2014 at 6:23pm

Mary, your house is beautiful! I wouldn't be wishing for snow too hard.

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips on November 14, 2014 at 5:31pm

You have a beautiful home, Mary.

Comment by Vickie Smith on November 14, 2014 at 5:13pm

Mary, love the pic of your house.  DH loves it too.

Comment by Mary Moore on November 14, 2014 at 4:11pm

I hope you folk aren't going to hoard all the snow again this year. 

Riana, I am so enjoying your SIL's book.  May have to buy more copies for Library and gifts.  Yes, that is open beam ceiling to the 45 degree pitched roof-we thought the High Sierras would have serious snow.  The closet (16ft of fabric stash) is the only divider between the two rooms upstairs, and we didn't take the wall up to the ceiling for extra spill over light.  Next owners can worry about privacy.

Comment by Deanna Davis on November 14, 2014 at 3:00pm

Mary ~~ I need to be brave and have my hair cut again ~~ love yours !!

Linda ~ will be praying for your brother's swift recovery.

Believe it or not, this whole week I have been cooking, making bread, museum, Branson, .. and I have yet to sew  HA  I thought I would sew all week long.  Now looking for a recipe for dinner to keep Doug warm all night with these temps we are having.  Found a beef and broccoli recipe that I can do ~~ 

Working outside I chilled myself to the bone ~~ came in to thaw and it didn't work so I turned the heat WAY up and took a really hot shower.  That worked.  Now to cook dinner and then I want to sew for the rest of the day.  I have been working on granny squares and an infinity scarf for my daughter's birthday coming up next month .. I just want to sit still with a big cuppa hot chocolate and fresh toast  lol 

Will checkin after I make some progress somewhere  :)

Comment by Barbara Hughes on November 14, 2014 at 2:19pm

Dee, I made comment about the quilts you showed, but don't see my comment. Must have ommited pressing the add button. They really are spectacular and I agree with Riana, quality is better than quantity.

Thank you Ginny 8 )

Comment by Barbara Hughes on November 14, 2014 at 2:13pm

Linda, Collin has to be ready to speak, however all the branch church pastors have to be ready to speak. So it's not like at home where you have full responsibility. Love to hear them all. Good for you, Linda. Glad you spoke up. 

Comment by Linda Koller on November 14, 2014 at 1:31pm

Barbara - It's my "baby" brother that I grew up with Dusty. He's 54.  I thought mom had the day wrong when she told me he was coming home today. With this weather and considering it's our half sister driving, he'd be safer in the hospital.

Do those programs give Collin a rest from preaching? I always found it refreshing to visit other churches. When I lived in Arizona a friend and I  during the summer months would visit the Casa, a Fransican church on Saturday evenings. They had a contemporary service. Then sometimes I'd go to her church and then she'd come to my church. I knew the people in her church as well as in my church. When I was taking the lay leadership classes I was called there to serve on committees as part of my internship. Not to mention I made almost all their banners! They paid for a couple of my classes. Being only the 2nd woman in Arizona in the program churches throughout the valley paid my tuition. All I ever paid was for books. God really wanted me in that program. I came out as a certified parish ministry assistant. Almost puts me up there with a deaconess but no 5 year degree and I can't do a lot of the things they do. But I loved calling on shut-ins, hospital visits, creating women's activities. I didn't like serving on church boards and getting drug into church politics. I would sit in meetings and all of a sudden shout out "Hey we are suppose to be Christians". I don't play those games well. Thank the good Lord I don't!!!!


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