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Post by JoP » Thu, 20 Aug 2009 12:35:20



Jo in Ontario here, back after several years where I couldn't access
this group and actually respond...feels grand to be able to join in
again: still quilting, still working and looking forward to more
quilting after I retire.
Is Jo in Scotland still here?
 
 
 

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Post by Leslie& The Furbabies in MO » Thu, 20 Aug 2009 12:40:54


Hi, Jo!  Welcome home!  Jo in Scotland pops in every once in a while.  Right
now she's busy getting ready to become a mommy!  I'll bet she's reading and
you'll hear from her.

Leslie & The Furbabies in MO.


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> Jo in Ontario here, back after several years where I couldn't access
> this group and actually respond...feels grand to be able to join in
> again: still quilting, still working and looking forward to more
> quilting after I retire.
> Is Jo in Scotland still here?


 
 
 

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Post by Joann » Thu, 20 Aug 2009 13:44:50


Welcome back Jo.
Joanna
Alberta
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> Jo in Ontario here, back after several years where I couldn't access
> this group and actually respond...feels grand to be able to join in
> again: still quilting, still working and looking forward to more
> quilting after I retire.
> Is Jo in Scotland still here?

 
 
 

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Post by Patt » Thu, 20 Aug 2009 16:07:52


Hullo Jo.  Glad you could find us again.
You'll soon get back into the swing of things here.  Always something
buzzing; questions, answers, sites to check on - and 'life'.
.
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>Jo in Ontario here, back after several years where I couldn't access
>this group and actually respond...feels grand to be able to join in
>again: still quilting, still working and looking forward to more
>quilting after I retire.
>Is Jo in Scotland still here?

--
Best Regards
pat on the hill
 
 
 

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Post by Jo Gibso » Thu, 20 Aug 2009 19:22:54


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> Jo in Ontario here, back after several years where I couldn't access
> this group and actually respond...feels grand to be able to join in
> again: still quilting, still working and looking forward to more
> quilting after I retire.
> Is Jo in Scotland still here?

Here I am!  I sandwiched a flannel Hungry Animals panel with cotton
batting and a flannel Hungry Animals alphabet letters print yesterday.
Just the thing for a January baby, I think, and done in a nice mint
green.  I was drawing the quilting lines with a green Crayola washable
marker, and it is getting harder to get down on my hands and knees....
but fortunately my QI Daisy was there to supervise.

What are you working on now?

-- Jo in Scotland

 
 
 

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Post by Sand » Thu, 20 Aug 2009 23:57:12


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> Jo in Ontario here, back after several years where I couldn't access
> this group and actually respond...feels grand to be able to join in
> again: still quilting, still working and looking forward to more
> quilting after I retire.
> Is Jo in Scotland still here?

Welcome back, "other" Jo! :) Jo in Scotland is indeed here, though not
as frequently as before she had "other interests". ;)

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Sandy in Henderson, near Las Vegas
sw.foster1 (at) gmail (dot) com (remove/change the obvious)
http://www.sandymike.net

 
 
 

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Post by JoP » Tue, 25 Aug 2009 09:18:37



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> > Jo in Ontario here, back after several years where I couldn't access
> > this group and actually respond...feels grand to be able to join in
> > again: still quilting, still working and looking forward to more
> > quilting after I retire.
> > Is Jo in Scotland still here?

> Here I am! ?I sandwiched a flannel Hungry Animals panel with cotton
> batting and a flannel Hungry Animals alphabet letters print yesterday.
> Just the thing for a January baby, I think, and done in a nice mint
> green. ?I was drawing the quilting lines with a green Crayola washable
> marker, and it is getting harder to get down on my hands and knees....
> but fortunately my QI Daisy was there to supervise.

> What are you working on now?

> -- Jo in Scotland

Not much right now- a baby quilt made of leftover batiks which turned
out quite pretty (with help from my girlfriend's stash.)
I was going through old papers and came across the stamps I had been
saving to send you (wasn't it you who was the stamp collector?) Now
can't find them & hope they didn't get purged with some other papers.

So exciting that you are going to be a new mom! We now are enjoying
our three grandchildren- two girls from my son who had testicular
cancer and a boy from our oldest son...the BEST time of life to be
sure- all of the joy and none of the worry (and I loved being a mom!)

We are blessed to have both families within walking distance of our
home- so we get lots of time playing with the children. Truly having
children has been my greatest gift from life. Wishing you all the best
and looking forward to hearing further news.