Ironing Board Lady
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Tired of trawling around the shops in the cold asking shop assistants what to buy that special lady in your life and then getting it wrong? So let's make this clear.we don't want cheap chocolate, an ironing board, Spanx or a work-out DVD. To
“Did you know,” Mrs. D. went on, “that this lady arrived in this country with no more than $6 in her pocket? And look what she's made of herself today!” She clasped my mother's hand. “Nimmu, what an inspiration!” Halfway He traveled in the trunk
I am soooo happy to say that ALL of my custom orders are done, everything is shipped out, and I have NO more orders on deck. I decided this year to not take any extra jobs after Dec 1 from my customers. Other years I would rush rush rush to finish up last minute things they wanted, and it was too stressful. It was usually because as they got down to the last names on their lists, they would quick order up two more pairs of socks, an extra rug, make a matching something to something else etc. I used to have a sign on my desk years ago as the Advertising Editor at a real estate office similar to this:. Soooo my regular customer folks were nice and got in orders in Oct and Nov and those are all done. I have one lady still considering colors for a six foot long runner rug, but I have told her it would not be worked on till after Jan 1. I did one special group of items for my friend Connie. but that was more of a special project to do for her rather than a customer order. She needed 26 of these quilted fabric microwave bowls sewn up for gift giving. They are used in the microwave under a bowl and then you can use them to lift the hot bowl out with your hands. They are made from all cotton fabric and thread and an all cotton microwaveable batting inside. She wanted them in coordinating sets of a large and small. I dug in my stash for all the fun fabrics to put together. It was fun to work on these and she came to pick them up on Thursday. I guess I kinda feel selfish by not taking any more orders or mailing out any more stuff. I suppose if someone wants to buy one of the quilts I have listed in my Etsy shop, I would do that. But I am now working on things for *me*. Fun stuff. I finally finished sewing up the last two rows of blocks for this quilt I am making for the motorhome. It was only Queen size so far and I need to add 10 inches to each side yet to make it a King. In this pic it is just over the edge of the mattress, but needed to be wider. Tomorrow I might attach the rows of blocks on each side and quilt those sections so it is done. For my birthday Steve gave me a gift certificate to a lovely quilting shop in Menasha called Primitive Gatherings. https://www. us/ I bought enough fabric to make another quilt *just for ME*. so this is a great time to get started on it. It is going to be a cuddly quilt to have on the couch in the livingroom. I was going to babysit for the youngest grandbaby Claire Bear tomorrow night. But if the roads are bad, they will stay home. As it is, my throat is scratchy, my ears are aching and I am starting to sniff sniff sniff. EWWW after battling the danged flu last weekend with myself and the grandkids, I don't want to be under the weather again so soon. Our grown children are an important part of our lives, and they are now bringing children of their own into the world. We love to travel in our 38ft Safari Serengeti diesel pusher motohome, with our two Shetland Sheepdogs, Binney and Finnegan guiding our way. The motorhome really belongs to the dogs, we are just allowed to drive it places so they can get out and sniff. We mostly boondock, utilizing our on board systems and solar panels on the roof. We don't need "No Stinkin' Hook-ups" We prefer to not be jammed in row after row of canned sardine tins like some campgrounds offer. While on the road, I create my handwoven and knitted items. I sell my items online at www. kareninthewoods. com or in my Etsy store. http://kareninthewoods. com/ (Our Blog) RVing: The USA is our Big Backyard http://kareninthewoods-kareninthewoods.
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When Tiffany Murano's parents, French expatriates in Africa, send her to a Catholic boarding school in France, her homeland feels nothing like home. In leaving colonial Africa, she loses the natural world, the people, and the animals she knows and loves. Behind the walls of the Convent of the Slaughterhouse Ladies, Tiffany, whom readers met in Paule Constant's award-winning first novel, Ouregano, leads a life cut off from the world, a life of immutable and ironically secular ritual. She finds solace only in visits to her grandmother's nearby farm, which becomes a sanctuary, paradisial in its isolation. But it is only a matter of time before this magical world is threatened. Based loosely on Constant's own experiences, Private Property is at once deeply moving and intellectually exacting, an exploration of identity, home, and the tenuous relationship between mothers and daughters.
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Sharonda, a single mother, had no idea what she was about to face when she took on the role of care giver to her distant Grandmother. There was no time to research the symptoms of Alzheimer’s and Sharonda was clueless about the disease in general. With a full time job, church work and a teenaged daughter, Sharonda had her hands full and more headaches than the law allows. Grandmother’s dramatic performances caused even more headaches. Plainly stated - Sharonda Lee was catching hell while skidding - trying to get to heaven.
Julien Cahn, the son of a German Jewish émigré, was an enormously successful businessman who used his wealth to indulge his somewhat eclectic passions. He built his own cricket ground and put together what is still regarded as the finest private cricket team ever assembled (which he captained): it undertook world tours, beating national teams. He was master of three hunts. An accomplished amateur magician, he built a magnificent art deco theatre at his home, Stanford Hall, and was invited to perform at the London Palladium. He purchased Lord Byron's house, Newstead Abbey and donated it to the nation. There is even a suggestion that he assisted in mitigating the effects of Maundy Gregory's 'cash for honours' scandal. Told by his grand-daughter, this is the vivid picture of Britain in the...
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@Awethu_F there's a lady with a teeth gap over an ironing board in the pics. My gran
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Georgian buildings on or near Warwick Street in Leamington Spa. Terrace of houses on Waterloo Place off Warwick Street. No's 9-29 Waterloo Place all Grade II listed. Numbers 9-29 and Attached Railings 9-29, Royal Leamington Spa - British Listed Buildings ROYAL LEAMINGTON SPA SP3166SE WATERLOO PLACE 1208-1/2/411 (North side) 19/11/53 Nos.9-29 (Odd) and attached railings (Formerly Listed as: WARWICK STREET (North side) Nos 9-29 (odd) Waterloo Place) GV II Terrace of houses, now offices. Numbered left to right. c1829-1832 with later additions and alterations, including rebuilding of c1970 to left. Pinkish-brown brick with painted stucco facades, Welsh slate roof and cast-iron railings and balustrade. Late Neo-Classical style. PLAN: double-depth. EXTERIOR: 4 storeys with attic and basement, 35 first-floor windows arranged 3:3:3:3:3:3:2:3:3:3:3:3. End 3-window and central 5-window bays project. Stucco decoration includes rustication to ground floor and basement. Centre and end...
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The University of New England was the first Australian university established outside of a capital city. It started life as the New England University College in 1938 as a college of the University of Sydney. Several local people worked hard for the College to become an independent university and they were successful in 1954. In 1989 it subsumed the Armidale College of Advanced Education (previously the Armidale Teachers’ College.) The main campus is 5 kms from the city centre with central administration in Booloominbah House. From its inception it has always catered for distance education students and those wanting to study agriculture. It is the largest distance education university in Australia with around 15,000 external students. It has faculties of law, education, arts, science, medicine, the environment etc. It has wide research foci but it cooperates with the CSIRO on agriculture and science research and it is well known for its agricultural business research and farm...
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From the Jamaica Plain Historical Society. "Jackson Square - Origin of the Name" By Richard Heath STONY BROOK divided Roxbury into east and west for over 250 years. During that time the principle highway between the business and civic district of Dudley Square and the village center of Jamaica Plain was Centre Street. Since at least 1662 Centre St crossed Stony Brook over a wooden plank bridge near Heath Lane (a cart path to the Heath Farm; in 1825 it became Heath Street). That junction was called Central Bridge but most people until the turn of the 20th century called it Hog’s Bridge.[i] That intersection is today known as Jackson Square, a familiar crossroads at Columbus Ave. and Centre Street, but no public record has been found to determine who the Square was named after. Hog’s Bridge was used up to end of the 19th century so it is a 20th century appellation. It may be that the Square was named for General Henry Jackson, one of the three Revolutionary War...
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