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    Good morning and Merry Christmas to all. We had our yearly Christmas eve party last night. My wife put on a great feast. We had 22 friends and family in last night. As they left we gave them a small gift, for the lady's The gift was a Steve Good pattern that I reduced in size , and the men recived some of my wife's home made pecan turtles. saw dust
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    Very nice work. I like the way you painted the trees& the idea of the snow.
    Thanks for sharing now I know how to paint the ones that I made
    MErry Christmas and avery Scrolling New Year.


    • #3
      Great idea and very well executed. Sounds like everyone had a good time.

      I felt like I was cooking for 22 yesterday and it was only 8--but lots of leftovers, so I won't even pick up a knife today, except to butter a roll or toast.
      When looking at the clock at work--the correct time is:
      Too early to leave, too late to call in.


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        Nice gifts saw dust.
        SSG US Army Retired.
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