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Old 08-17-2013
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Does anyone have Annette's email?? She sells stamping up,

thank you for your help,

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Old 08-17-2013
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i can't help with her email. however, if you cant find it, i also sell Stampin Up. My website is . My email is there too. Feel free to ask questions, I am happy to help!
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Old 08-17-2013
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I just sent it to you in your email Trudy.
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Old 08-19-2013
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Speaking of Calif. weather this summer....this is the third summer since I can remember and I am 59, that we didn't have the extreme hot weather in July. We used to have MANY days of 105-110 around the middle of the month or so. I'm not complaining , but it is just kind of weird. Today it was supposed to be 100 but it turned out to be 105 and muggy WE had some very hot weather in June and in the beginning of July. We still have the rest of August and all of September which can get really hot also. Many of you know I DO NOT LIKE THE HEAT so I can't wait for winter! Almonds are getting ready to be harvested about a week or two early depending on the variety and then walnuts .A busy time for our family. I know that Verna grew corn for ethanol and maybe soybeans.Do any of you out there grow any crops or just the ones in your backyard?
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I grow vegs in my back yard. But we only get crops very time of the year except summer. IT is TOO HOT to grow anything, even grass. IF you had anything growing before the high temps, it goes dormant till cool weather (below 90). You just keep watering and pray that it will make it. My two gardens are covered with shade cloth (like a tent). One garden is in huge box (4ft by 9ft) and then one reg garden on the ground. Some things do better like tomatoes in the box planter. And things that grow all over like the big garden best. I do have green onions all year long.
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After I wrote that it was sooo hot , I thought of you all in the South West. YOU have it hot that's for sure! I'm glad you are able to grow vegies in your garden. I guess you will have to leave your summers to the lizards!
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Thank you Julie

I thought we had a cold front today it was only 91 degrees.

Pray for rain for us in San Angelo, Texas please

The baby kuddle bear is wandering around my craftroom
and you would not believe the things I have to take away
from her. She loves mommys craftroom. BUTTTTTT I am trying to clean it
so I can start on my Halloween cards,

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Stay cool Trudy!! Sending rain prayers tonight!
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We had 3 wonderful days that were in the 70's but unfortunately we are back to the 90's.
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Good news in Toledo. Happy that you now have a stamp place to go to. Is is fairly close to your house?
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Hi Kaybee,

Thanks for the Stampaway update. I'm glad to hear about the growing popularity of stamp+die combos. My favorites so far come from Catherine Moore (Character Construction), but I also bought some recently from Stampin' Up that are nice. Would love to see some from Judikins.

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We have all the major craft stores in Columbia but I still prefer the smaller mom and pop stores. Much better service but less quantity. It all depends on the person running the store.
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Thanks for doing a 'show report', Kay!

LOL on the 'less wood'! I remain a 'just rubber' fan (as I've shared with Judi a 'few' times...)

Stamps with dies? I'm only so-so on that at this point. Not a 'must have' for me, but it'll be interesting to see which mfrs get together to offer them.

Speaking of 'trends'... Nice to hear that some (independent) brick & mortar stores are still being opened. That said--and with no offense to our club's sponsor--I'll be interested in seeing how the current crop of retailers handle online shopping. I'm betting the smart ones will have an online presence along with their B&M store.
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Thank you Kaybee, I'm so glad you got to go and give us an update. Kathy was our update gal so if anyone goes to any of the shows, please let us know where they were and how they were doing. I rarely get to go anymore. My daughter is afraid to let me drive out of state (LOL).
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Thanks for the report Kay! So, stamp companies are selling dies to match their wooden stamps? Hmmm, I don't think I have seen that yet. I will be on the lookout, though don't know if I would need the die as much as the stamp. For scrapbooking I guess. Our local store was called the Pampered Scrapper. It was a great store for about 4-5 years but the bad economy won in the end. I miss it a lot.
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