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  1. #1
    kel Guest

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    I believe Rose is at home but probably not ready to compute yet. I heard
    from her sister that the surgery went well and she was expected home
    yesterday. So if you are reading Rose so glad things went well!

    Home from one trip but leave on tuesday to get to Seattle. i am going to
    see Diane!! Wooeee. I have always wanted to do the east coast (south east
    coast - need some heat) and the time is now! The seperation papers are
    drawn up and my husband will be presented with the divorce stuff next week.
    on the road again..... Sad after 31 years but tried hard enough.

    Off to wash the dirty clothes.

    Kelly



  2. #2
    Navy Guest

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    On 9/18/2010 9:44 PM, kel wrote:
    > I believe Rose is at home but probably not ready to compute yet. I
    > heard from her sister that the surgery went well and she was expected
    > home yesterday. So if you are reading Rose so glad things went well!
    >
    > Home from one trip but leave on tuesday to get to Seattle. i am going to
    > see Diane!! Wooeee. I have always wanted to do the east coast (south
    > east coast - need some heat) and the time is now! The seperation papers
    > are drawn up and my husband will be presented with the divorce stuff
    > next week. on the road again..... Sad after 31 years but tried hard enough.
    >
    > Off to wash the dirty clothes.
    >
    > Kelly
    >
    >

    I'm a little confused. Are you doing the South East Coast, or are you
    going to Seattle? Are you going to drive to Seattle? Take it easy no
    matter where you go, we care. See any thing special on the trip you
    just got back from?


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  3. #3
    Navy Guest

    Default Re: Rose

    On 9/18/2010 9:44 PM, kel wrote:
    > I believe Rose is at home but probably not ready to compute yet. I
    > heard from her sister that the surgery went well and she was expected
    > home yesterday. So if you are reading Rose so glad things went well!
    >
    > Home from one trip but leave on tuesday to get to Seattle. i am going to
    > see Diane!! Wooeee. I have always wanted to do the east coast (south
    > east coast - need some heat) and the time is now! The seperation papers
    > are drawn up and my husband will be presented with the divorce stuff
    > next week. on the road again..... Sad after 31 years but tried hard enough.
    >
    > Off to wash the dirty clothes.
    >
    > Kelly
    >
    >

    PS, I am so glad to hear that Rose is home. Welcome home, Rose, we look
    forward to your comments again, but take it easy and heal right.

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    Navy remove the fish

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    kel Guest

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    I drive to Seattle, stay at my brothers for 2 days and then fly out on the
    red eye. it is so much cheaper that way. Then on the way back I stay at my
    brother's again and look after my nephew - driving him to and from school,
    hockey and swimming while his mom is out of town on a conference. Will be
    great fun.

    The last trip was a bonus. My girlfriend is a longarm quilter and there was
    a conference and show at Tacoma, Washington. we went to the conference,
    stayed 2 nights in tacoma and one night in Burlington. The best part of the
    trip was really the friendship - we laughed and laughed and laughed some
    more. We shopped thrift stores for fabric (got lots for really cheap),
    listened to all the wacky ideas the vendors were promoting and laughed some
    more. Shared creative ideas and tried to think of some techniques that were
    original to us to teach in the next quilting class. Was so much fun.

    It was also the 3rd Thursday of the month while we were there and the
    museums were free that night. Both of us are fans of Dale Chihuly
    http://www.chihuly.com/ so the decision was easy - the museum of glass and
    the glass bridge. WoW!
    http://www.chihuly.com/bridgeofglass/pavilion_01.html This is part of the
    bridge area. On our way out of the museum and back onto the bridge there
    was a group of singers singing under this area. The acoustics were
    incredible and the audience was joining in (as was I. It was oh how lovely
    is the evening in a round and sent shivers down my spine. Strangers (except
    the original choir) singing spontaneously in harmony.

    the other part of the bridge is composed of 109 venetian vases done by
    Chihuly on a wall http://www.chihuly.com/bridgeofglass/pavilion_01.html and
    a sculpture. It is an incredible thing to see.

    Was a great trip and am repacking for the next. Lots of pictures to take
    there.

    kelly


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    >>

    > I'm a little confused. Are you doing the South East Coast, or are you
    > going to Seattle? Are you going to drive to Seattle? Take it easy no
    > matter where you go, we care. See any thing special on the trip you just
    > got back from?
    >
    >
    > --
    > Navy remove the fish



  5. #5
    ANN M Guest

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    Thanks for letting us know Rose is at home. I've been thinking of her
    all week.

    Best wishes on starting your new life, Kelly. Your trips sound like
    lots of fun. Chihuly was at the RI School of Design this year and is
    just so talented and different.

    Ann


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    Navy Guest

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    On 9/19/2010 8:52 AM, kel wrote:
    > I drive to Seattle, stay at my brothers for 2 days and then fly out on
    > the red eye. it is so much cheaper that way. Then on the way back I stay
    > at my brother's again and look after my nephew - driving him to and from
    > school, hockey and swimming while his mom is out of town on a
    > conference. Will be great fun.
    >
    > The last trip was a bonus. My girlfriend is a longarm quilter and there
    > was a conference and show at Tacoma, Washington. we went to the
    > conference, stayed 2 nights in tacoma and one night in Burlington. The
    > best part of the trip was really the friendship - we laughed and laughed
    > and laughed some more. We shopped thrift stores for fabric (got lots for
    > really cheap), listened to all the wacky ideas the vendors were
    > promoting and laughed some more. Shared creative ideas and tried to
    > think of some techniques that were original to us to teach in the next
    > quilting class. Was so much fun.
    >
    > It was also the 3rd Thursday of the month while we were there and the
    > museums were free that night. Both of us are fans of Dale Chihuly
    > http://www.chihuly.com/ so the decision was easy - the museum of glass
    > and the glass bridge. WoW!
    > http://www.chihuly.com/bridgeofglass/pavilion_01.html This is part of
    > the bridge area. On our way out of the museum and back onto the bridge
    > there was a group of singers singing under this area. The acoustics were
    > incredible and the audience was joining in (as was I. It was oh how
    > lovely is the evening in a round and sent shivers down my spine.
    > Strangers (except the original choir) singing spontaneously in harmony.
    >
    > the other part of the bridge is composed of 109 venetian vases done by
    > Chihuly on a wall http://www.chihuly.com/bridgeofglass/pavilion_01.html
    > and a sculpture. It is an incredible thing to see.
    >
    > Was a great trip and am repacking for the next. Lots of pictures to take
    > there.
    >
    > kelly
    >
    >
    >>>
    >>>

    >> I'm a little confused. Are you doing the South East Coast, or are you
    >> going to Seattle? Are you going to drive to Seattle? Take it easy no
    >> matter where you go, we care. See any thing special on the trip you
    >> just got back from?
    >>
    >>
    >> --
    >> Navy remove the fish

    >

    I think you had the same link twice.

    By the way, I believe that Chihuly made a chandelier for our museum
    here. I haven't seen it in person yet, but they had a picture on the news.

    My sister likes to look at fabric stores, too. I think she is a
    quilter. She also has three granddaughters to sew for.

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    Navy remove the fish

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