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    How nice of you to build your kitties a napping seat! Hopefully they tolerate the occasional interruption to retrieve stored items.
    My therapist told me the way to achieve true inner peace is to finish what I start. So far today, I have finished two bags of M&Ms and a chocolate cake. I feel better already!

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    Your kitties are so happy! Makes it all worthwhile! (plus it's beautiful! Great job!!)
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    Very nice!!
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    There sure is a lot of work put into projects such as these. And a lot of time. Very nice. Hopefully you were able to enjoy the process. From reading your posts it seems you did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ConnieVarricchio View Post
    There sure is a lot of work put into projects such as these. And a lot of time. Very nice. Hopefully you were able to enjoy the process. From reading your posts it seems you did.
    I loved the carpentry class part of the process and can't wait for classes to resume! I'm not so crazy over the painting part. The cushion was kind of fun because I had never done something like that before; it was interesting to figure it out.

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    Just finished a long crafting weekend with family - few irl and the rest over skype. It was wonderful and I finally got back to working on the stash of baby yarns that I have. It felt really good and productive. When I finish the set, I'll post a picture - if anyone wants to see. It was just a simple, fun, weekend. Really needed the get-away.
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    That sounds lovely, happystuff! Yes please post pics when completed - Lol- someday I too may complete a project . In the meantime, I really enjoy seeing what others have accomplished!

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    Quote Originally Posted by early morning View Post
    That sounds lovely, happystuff! Yes please post pics when completed - Lol- someday I too may complete a project . In the meantime, I really enjoy seeing what others have accomplished!
    Ditto to seeing the results and someday I may complete a project.
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    Hey, I just realized that I finished a gardening project that I can share. It is 35' long triangle between my property and next door, on a grade, a critical draining area for 3 properties and in a shade/sun mix. I puzzled and puzzled about what to do. Decided to use flagstones (heavy little beggars) to stabilize the soil covered with landscape fabric and placed shade/moisture tolerant plants including echinacea, astilbe, hostas, lilies, summer hibiscus, ferns with brown mulch between it all.

    ETA: not sure why the photo is sideways.
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    razz, that is really nice looking! thanks for sharing!

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    Beautiful job on the landscaping, Razz!

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