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question for slow?

Posted by louisiana_greetings (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 31, 08 at 13:48

hey, when i was scoping out your beautiful flower beds, i noticed the edging on them were not mosaiced, and i see that you mosaic everything in sight :-) curious , how come you haven't done those yet? you have such great ideas, i know you can come up with some good stuff :-) i posted a pic of a couple i have done.
bonnie

Here is a link that might be useful: edgers


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THANKS for asking her that! I have been trying to get her to pull one at a time and mosaic them or at least the tops of them. She says she has so many she'd never get them done...
Slow is tied up with her DD today and should be on here later tonight. I can't wait to read her answer.
I do one a day..I even grouted two yesterday and sealed them this morning. I will do pics later when it isn't so hot.


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i was almost skeered to ask the question, i remember her saying that she gets bored easly and doesn't want to fool with one project too long.
maybe we all should meet up there and do a couple a peice and help her out ;-)
Bonnie


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Hey, you l'il heifers!!! It ain't gonna happen. I'd go nuts on about the fifth one. Somehow these cinder blocks haven't bored me yet. Hope to get involved w/mosaics again this weekend. Been berry, berry busy. Thanks for asking. Might fool y'all someday.


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Boy am I glad you are back to defend yourself. I knew the answer before I read all of it. ...LOL
That should inspire you if nothing else does. One a day and each will be different depending on your mood.
Love it!


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hey, i haven't been called a heifer in a long time, reminds me of the ole days, those were the days ;-)
bonnie


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RE: question for slow? - and

I hope you weren't offended. It's a term of endearment in the south. I got in B.I.G. trouble year b/f last in PV. I was taken to task by one of the ladies. In my using it, it's cuz I think you're pretty neat, mischevious, clever - sorta "I can't believe you said that" kind of comment. I don't KNOW where the term originated, but every time I've ever heard it, it was in a light-hearted mode. I remember well an "I Love Lucy" night, when it was used by a country music guy, whose name I can't recall right now, but he said it admiringly to Lucy. It's one of my favorite expressions.


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NO offense taken at all , i feel special :-) we have been using that term for years, just haven't heard it in awhile.


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Slow - was it Tennessee Ernie Ford? Seems I remember an episode with him using it.

Pat


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Just thought I'd check in her tonight - been busy today. It was during the night when I realized who the singer was, CURB, and you're exactly right - it was TEF. I can't believe you saw and remembered that one. It was a hoot. BEAUTIFUL - someone understands me and my favorite expression!!!!!


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