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Pam~ It sounds as if you are getting alot done! We did alot of repainting early in the summer inside our house. I usually do one room every summer, but this year we completely re-did our living room. We painted the kitchen, one of the bedrooms, the living room, interior & exterior doors and shutters.
That was enough for me to last a few years! Even thou I don't mind to paint. I bet you really sleep well at night from working so hard during the day! Moving and painting are work!!
Ruth~ I didn't realize the time frames from US to Canada. Thanks for the information. OH, one more question for you. Do you use regular US stamps to mail here to US or not?
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When I mail from Canada I use Candian postage but always have US stamps on hand for the return mail. I actually live about 35 -40 mins from the USA border at Sumas WA so I quite often mail my swaps from there, hence my access to US postage for returns! I know some of you girls south of the border don't mind Canadian stamps to the value of what it would cost for the return as you swap with Canadians too. The rest of the girls are usually happy to get small $ amounts to cover the return postage. So many of us Canadians swap Stateside, it's easy to keep a few US $s on hand to send to the hostess to buy stamps for returns. I always send US postage though because I keep it in especially for US swaps!