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Old 11-09-2018, 04:45 PM   #41
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Well I didn’t get rid of mine but I moved a dozen or so packs of colors that had never been used into a guest room cabinet. That is my usual step one for getting rid of something. If it doesn’t get used in six months or so it goes away. I’m not good with just tossing something after the first pass. It’s a process.

I need an anonymous group for sure. Last night we evacuated our home because the fires came so close. I actually thought about taking my unopened packs of white cardstock and I did take my watercolor box.

Ohhh! I hope you are safe...and I hope your home stays safe. Blessings - I have been keeping CA people in my prayers - this Camp fire has been so devastating. I'm so afraid that so many more people in and around Paradise will be found when all is said and done. I read yesterday that 100's were unaccounted for.

Blessings and prayers. Life is so much more important than cardstock - we can all help replenish. Cuz we're all danged hoarders .
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Oh, I can so relate. Until a few years ago we lived in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon and dealt with fire season every year. My delima always revolved around what stamping supplies to grab in an emergency. Hope all is well. The fires in CA have bee horrendous this year. My best to yu.
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We came out OK but so many didn’t. 6500 homes are gone and many people missing. Thank you for your thoughts and prayers.
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Old 11-09-2018, 06:29 PM   #44
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We came out OK but so many didn’t. 6500 homes are gone and many people missing. Thank you for your thoughts and prayers.

I just saw the 6500 number - and 9 dead, but I think the death toll is so low - so many are missing. I'm glad you are safe. Continued prayers for you and your neighbors...we are all neighbors, and all connected.
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