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  1. Dorie95
    07-02-2018 03:33 PM - permalink
    Happy Birthday, Sue! Today is also my great-granddaughter's 9th birthday. Her name is Trinity and her Mom (my daughter) is named Sue! LOL!
  2. caspad
    01-23-2017 10:27 AM - permalink
    I saw your post about starting an organizing business.My BFF has a friend who is a professional organizer.
    I've seen some of her work - a craft room and a playroom turned into a study space for older kids - and it's great. I think her
    She's based in RI and her pricing is on her website.
    Sensory Organizing │ Carolyn Dalgliesh

    When we move I would definitely hire her to get a craft space that is more cohesive and more efficient. I think you can find a client base. You can always say no to the kitchen/pantry requests. Maybe you can develop an agreement with a colleague you can refer them to for those kinds of jobs and in turn who would refer the office/craft room requests to you?

    Good luck!
  3. sprtchick
    09-13-2015 07:54 PM - permalink
    Sue....are you coming to stamp on Sat 9/19? Would love o have you!
  4. shazsilverwolf
    12-20-2014 08:34 AM - permalink
    Hi Gregzgurl, thank you so much for taking the time to message me.! It was strange, as all through the chemo/radio, I was absolutely fine, had the odd tired day, but that was it. Did not expect at the end to feel like all 5 weeks of treatment hit me in one go! Just kept telling myself it would ease off, that it could have been worse, and a lot of people live with worse pain than that every day of their lives, so I should just get a grip and be thankful. I have had so many good wishes and support from people I know through blogs and forums, it really revitalises your faith in humanity when you see just how much we all care about each other. I have the dates now for my CT and MRI scans to check the tumour has shrunk enough to be removed, which are 6th and 9th of Jan, so by the following week we should have a date for the surgery.
    Wishing you and your family a Happy and Peaceful Christmas and New Year, xx Shaz
  5. dsa9936
    06-04-2013 08:46 AM - permalink
    Hey. Thanks for the info about the MS score board. The reason I haven't posted before is cuz I am "computer-challenged". Alas! I am a dinosaur when it comes to technology, much to my husband's dismay! He keeps trying to pull me into this century. LOL! Maybe, someday!

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  • About gregzgurl
    I'm a wife, mom, grandma, crafter, student, teacher, observer, ponderer...
    United States of America
    Las Vegas, baby!
    Books, music, trees, clouds, crafting, sewing, motorcycles, painting, learning, teaching
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