Happy Thanksgiving to our American Friends

Happy Thanksgiving to our American Friends

Post by Lynne in Toront » Thu, 25 Nov 1999 04:00:00



        Hope this isn't the 50th one of these notes posted.  I do wish you all
the very best for this holiday.!  Hope you all have a blessed time with
family and friends.

        American Thanksgiving and the first Sunday in Advent are about the same
time.  Now that I have an artificial tree, I'll be putting it up this
weekend...soon as I finish varnishing the floors (which is another whole
story and the subject of another note if I ever get the energy to do
it!!)

        Meantime, picture me on my hands and knees with steel wool and paint
***.   Wish Martha was here to help me!

Cheers,

Lynne in Toronto

 
 
 

Happy Thanksgiving to our American Friends

Post by Judy Grevenit » Thu, 25 Nov 1999 04:00:00


Hey Lynne!  Martha wanted to be with you but just at this moment she is
here in lL. teaching me how to get the silver Lame bows on my garbage
bags to glisten as I dump them down the chute.
 sorry,  Judy G

 
 
 

Happy Thanksgiving to our American Friends

Post by BeeLa » Fri, 26 Nov 1999 04:00:00


Hi Lynne  You know that if Martha were there she'd have some" professional"
their to do it for you and then she'd smile and tell you  "  It's a good thing
"  Isn't she a piece of work.  I wish I had her business sense--she took her
business public and the stocks have really gone up.  Oh well, She gets richer
and you and I still do our own varnishing.  Bet we are happier though.  Betty
 
 
 

Happy Thanksgiving to our American Friends

Post by Laurence Kri » Fri, 26 Nov 1999 04:00:00


ROTFLMAO!!

That's a good one, Judy.

Happy Stitching and Happy Thanksgiving,
Janet of Gar



Quote:
>Hey Lynne!  Martha wanted to be with you but just at this moment she is
>here in lL. teaching me how to get the silver Lame bows on my garbage
>bags to glisten as I dump them down the chute.
> sorry,  Judy G

 
 
 

Happy Thanksgiving to our American Friends

Post by Lynne in Toront » Fri, 26 Nov 1999 04:00:00


Betty and all;

        I wish I could give my aches and pains to dear Martha this morning.
Altho, I don't suppose she ever HAS any aches and pains.

        I, too, admire her skill, energy and success. I learn LOTS from her,
and watch her a few times a week. And it is because she IS such a huge
success that we can poke fun at her perfectionism.  

        I am always happy to see anyone with an entrepreneurial spirit make a
huge success!

Cheers,

Lynne in Toronto
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Quote:

> Hi Lynne  You know that if Martha were there she'd have some" professional"
> their to do it for you and then she'd smile and tell you  "  It's a good thing
> "  Isn't she a piece of work.  I wish I had her business sense--she took her
> business public and the stocks have really gone up.  Oh well, She gets richer
> and you and I still do our own varnishing.  Bet we are happier though.  Betty