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Feb 15, 2010 3:52 AM CST
Name: Debbie
Lexington, VA
HollyAnnS wrote:I think you go through stages, you can throw yourself so completely into something and then leave that and move into a completely different area. I have tried a lot of things some just dabble a little and then others get completely engrossed in.

I agree Oh brother, where do I start, my list is always changing! My passion obviously is gardening, that's one thing which will never change :) I used to do a lot of sewing, knitting and craft projects. I even tried basket weaving years ago and have ONE basket to prove it! LOL I used to sew a lot of my own clothes as well as for the children. One of my favorite sewing projects was making baby quilts for friends' and family's babies - my best friend's daughter still has the one I made for her and used it when her own son was born! I hadn't done any sewing in years but made a special quilt for Rick for our first Christmas together. I had been trying my hand at iron-on transfers and used photos of the wildflowers that brought us together Lovey dubby

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