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Location: CNY but I'd rather be in Bonaire snorkeling!
Zekey's fine and back to her usual napping 23 hours per day. DH iced his back this morning and then took a hot shower. He went to get coffee and grocery shop so he's OK but moving very slowly. I had to put his socks on his feet for him.
Linda B's mother is not good at all. She received another call at 4 this morning from Eastern Star Home. At 7 a.m. she was waiting for another call from the nurse. She and her sister will see if their mother needs to go back to St. E's today. Fluid around the heart...congestive heart failure. Mom gets weaker with each episode. She's 96.
Arlene, The Snorkeler
Stamp with us: ???, ???, Oct. 17 Buffalo!
Sorry I missed you guys stamping, anything new and exiting on the fold line? It was a nice day in Williamsville stamping with Beth and Joanne. It was their first gathering and everything went quite well, There was 28 shoeboxes and I did get all done with 4 make and takes by 4:00. Food was catered by the Market Café and held about the Wegman's plaza. There was even Irish music and celic dancers in the hall way. I'll see everyone in May. By the way, when I go to Hollo's in April before the Adventures In Stamping Convention, does anyone need 3 x 3 envelopes. I can check out the prices and let you know.
Ok Gayla, Hollo's Paper Craft Inc.
1878 Pearl Road, Brunswick Hills, Ohio 44212 -phone( 330-2256-0911). They are open Sat 9 till 5:00, Sun - closed, Mon - Fri 9: till 7:00. They are on line and will answer questions on the phone quite well. I sometimes even pre call before I go with a shopping order of envelopes that they hand count ad head of time. Last year - all cardstock was 1.25 a pound and light weight paper was 1.50 a pound. Envelopes I think??? were ,05 cents each or a bundle of 100 for a somewhat lower price. And they have every color of envelope you could think of.
I go there before the convention, along with Pat Catan's and Archivers.
Just got a call from Walda... her little stamping kit "tool box" didn't make it home with her.
APB... ~6x9", smaller than a shoebox, see-through plastic, with a blue handle on the top. Contains snail, sticky, scissors, etc.
Please let me know if it accidentally took a trip home with you. Stow-aways! Geez!
It stowed away with me (I have the same tote). I e-mailed you earlier but hadn't had a chance to look for a reply or get on SCS. I remember the scissors (Cutter Bees), snail and sticky. It will be returned asap but it depends on when our heater gets repaired and my work schedule. I'm very sorry but will fix as soon as possible.
Heidi, thanks for another wonderful event. It was a day of great company, projects and food.
After dinner at Red Robin (YUM) Jeanette and I shopped at Hobby Lobby. We went home after that since we were going to shop the next day at the StampScrapArtTour near Philadelphia.
I shopped quite a bit and then I won the door prize ($100 to spend at any booth) and got to shop even more! No idea where all the stuff will go and it probably won't be taken out of the travel bags until WED.
I need to get caught up on laundry and am working tomorrow and Friday. A part needs to be replaced on our boiler and I don't know yet if they are coming WED or THU or how long it will be (I don't think very long which means they won't get here until after 4).
Hopefully I can admire the projects again soon. If anyone posted photos I'd love to have links!