Thursday, November 27, 2014

Spot The Bumble

Spot The Bumble and win a lifetime supply of snowflakes and frozen boogers, freshly chipped off bus stop benches.


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    1. Costly hobby but you know about costly hobbies, I'm sure.

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  2. Happy Thanksgiving to you and Mr. Shorts!

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    1. Hopefully the cotton stuff will work good. The other fabrics I'll use for other stuff.

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  4. Happy Thanksgiving, Ivy!

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    1. Hope you had a nice day, and Happy Weekend.

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    1. I still haven't done it. Crap. So close ...

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  6. What a cool idea on making napkins. If I do spot the Bumble, I'll never admit it.
    Happy Thanksgiving, Happy.

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    1. Hope you're having a great day/weekend/holiday.

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  7. Not sure about the bumble bee but I really don't want the gifts.
    Is the fabric flannel ? I am not sure that would work but I have been wrong before.
    Love using fabric napkins.
    I just made my first gingerbread and it came out great. Even though I am trying to cut down on carbs.

    cheers, parsnip

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. That's my bad, Parsnip. I meant to take those out of the pile. One flannel is for a blanket. The other fleece, also a blanket and then the one other other flannel will be a soft slip cover for my tablet.

      Good eye though.

      How's Watson doing?

      Gingerbread, wonderful. Pictures?

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  8. Nope, don't want the gifts either. Very ambitious of you.

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    1. Not even the ones from the bus benches? Fresh. Well, fresh-ish.

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  9. Love this idea! Happy Thanksgiving, although I know you celebrate this regularly, which is cool 'cause we should be grateful year round. Just sent you a big ass email about my morning. Been off the computer all day and now trying to catch up. Hope you kicked ass today :)

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    1. Thanks for remembering. Yes, our first Thanksgiving was during the end of summer on high harvest corn week. What a feast. Even better, the farmer invited us to his home, to pick our own corn.

      That was a good one. Very thankful for those memories. And thank you, for remembering how I feel about this holiday.

      You rock!

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  10. I think I might have to pass on this one!

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    1. No frozen boogers on toast for you then.

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  11. I will just say that I love the fabrics. :)

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  12. I don't see the bumble. Maybe it bounced away.

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    1. Bumbles bounce. I forgot that bit. Love it.

      How was your holiday and did you get to Skype your daughter?

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  13. I see his feet


    I think

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    1. You do. You win some lovely prizes today.

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