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   Nugoddess posted on Rollingcow  It was so very nice of you to knit leg warmers for Mabel, Mrs Cow. I'm sure she appreciates them.
   April 17 at 17:42 EST .

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   Nugoddess posted on Rollingcow  Ya know, it's just so appropriate sometimes ...
   April 13 at 21:23 EST .

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   Rollingcow  I get this every single day.
Mrs. Cow
April 15 at 03:51 EST .




   Nugoddess posted on Rollingcow  Mrs Cow, I told you to use just a smidge of gel. Really, you have to stop letting Georgia do your hair!
   April 10 at 17:53 EST .



   Rollingcow  I saw this the other day but when I logged in to say something it was gone! I hope that's some sort of headdress cause that's weird.
Mrs. Cow
April 15 at 03:51 EST .




   Rollingcow posted on Coffee Klatch  Here's the Knit Along sweater for this month. I used self-striping sock yarn in a worsted weight instead of changing colors for the stripes-it was a challenge from the gals who run the local yarn store. I thought it turned out pretty okay.
Mrs. Cow

   April 8 at 15:18 EST .

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   Gerty  This is an excellent reason why we absolutely need a crafts wall!
April 8 at 15:27 EST .

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   Nugoddess  Berry nice, Mrs Cow! Georgia be styling and smiling!
April 8 at 15:30 EST .

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   Yottyhere  I really like the blend of those colors MrsC.....Bravo!! (clapping,stomping feet and whistling! )
April 8 at 15:37 EST .

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   Yottyhere  MrsC, in rereading your comment it just boggled my mind ~~

I used self-striping sock yarn self striping??


is the self you??? Or the yarn?

wow
April 8 at 18:32 EST .

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   Rollingcow  The yarn strips itself. It's in the way they dye it. I also have gradient yarns where the colors gradually blend one into the other, very pretty.
Mrs. Cow
April 8 at 19:57 EST .

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   Surfhut  Love the sweater. My eyes were drawn to the yarn on top of the picture. Is that the skein of yarn trailing around, or a pattern you are working on? My "whirly-gig" mind was drawn right up there.
April 8 at 20:06 EST .

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   Rollingcow  That's the back of my favorite quilt, Surfhut. I loved the squiggly pattern.
Mrs. Cow
April 8 at 20:20 EST .

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   Yottyhere  Like I said the other day I was looking at all the new and better colored threads and yarns . There is so many more choices and the colors so much better(nicer? ) then when I was doing needlepoint.
Even though I won't be needle pointing again I still love to look at all the new stuff. That yarn that strips itself ......amazing.
April 8 at 20:36 EST .

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   Balogreene  Between the gorgeous yarns and Mrs. C's lovely knitting, it makes me want to take it up again. Mrs. C, I wear a 3X comfortably, and I love those colors. Just think, from Georgia's size to mine, could you get it to me in a year or so? (kidding of course ). It's beautiful.
April 9 at 19:44 EST .


   Yottyhere  MrsC, I know you can look in the ads and find seamstress to alter or make clothes for you.

To your knowledge are there "knitters" who would for a price knit things for people? Ever heard of anything like that? Everyone I know who knits a lot always have some family member in mind when they start a project.
My Mom use to love to sit with my Aunts and friends and knit and talk...some would knit and some would crochet and we would hear lots of laughter.
April 9 at 23:20 EST .

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   Yottyhere posted on Rollingcow  MrsC !!!!!!!!

Can you tell us why you were "caught" helping the Pony Express pony to escape????

(notice she's half in and half out ) and there you ARE giving the photographer directions

(I hope you were civil or else TMZ is going to be breathing down our necks )

(Nu and Buzz do we have ANY money in the defense fund? )

   April 6 at 01:23 EST .



   Rollingcow  First of all, that there is boy pony. He is an adopted cousin (name's Idiot Jed ) and he has a thing for trying to get in line with the cows (we think he's gender confused ) so he can be milked as well. He just can't understand that he's looking for vertical not horizontal and get's hung up like this from time to time. I'm just trying to get some one to get the tool box so we can take the gate off and get him out....again.
Mrs. Cow
April 6 at 17:33 EST .

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   Nugoddess   Ha ha ha ha ha! I snotted so hard over your reply, Mrs Cow - good show! I surely cannot top that so I bow to your verbal skills.

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!
April 6 at 19:51 EST .

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   Yottyhere  hahahahahahaha!!! yotty is snotty here as well......

HAHAHA!! I lost it by the time I got to Idiot Jed! heeee A boy you say???

I think I gave myself a headache laughing so loud!
April 6 at 21:51 EST .

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   Rollingcow posted on Coffee Klatch  Every month the yarn shop I go to has a Knit or Crochet along, everyone does the same pattern but use the yarn they like best. Here's the Crochet Along for this month, I made it for Georgia.
Mrs. Cow

   April 2 at 18:38 EST .

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   Surfhut  Love the scallop detail on the sleeves, the pattern in the body and the colors. I can knit but prefer crochet. Hope to take it up again one of these days. Love seeing your creations.

How old is Miss Georgia now? Would love to see a picture of all your beautiful grandkids!
April 2 at 19:22 EST .

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   Balogreene  Mrs. Cow, I both knit and crochet, and just cannot make anything wearable. I don't know what I do wrong, but, they never look like the things you've recently shown. Those are beautiful colors, and all credit for all the work put into it.
April 2 at 19:52 EST .

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   Yottyhere  Please send me Georgia's email addy I want to ask her if I can borrow it in two weeks.

Too cute and very girlie girl.
April 2 at 20:33 EST .

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   Nugoddess  Dear Georgia,

Do not lend your new sweater to Yots! She never returns it for the next time you need it. I loaned Yots my new cashmere pashmina and it came back two years later with buttons ... probably to go around that funky do rag she sports.
April 2 at 21:48 EST .

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   Linder  Me thinks your brain has to be as nimble as your fingers to do this kind of work. Beautiful!
April 4 at 11:35 EST .

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   Rollingcow posted on Coffee Klatch  Charlotte's Wallaby sweater. What d'ya think, Yots?
Mrs. Cow

   March 30 at 21:00 EST .

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   Nugoddess  Two words, Mrs Cow: a dorable! Nice job and who doesn't love purple?
March 30 at 21:28 EST .

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   Yottyhere  Too cute!! That is such a great idea....I love the hoodie idea like that Wallarbie....I love my hoodies
March 30 at 21:45 EST .

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   Straitpath  It looks comfortable had very pretty. . Lucky little granddaughter.
March 30 at 23:25 EST .

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   BirdsNest  When did Charlotte get so big???? She was just a tiny thing yesterday.
March 30 at 23:27 EST .

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   Gram77  Love this. Do you knit adult sizes?
March 31 at 13:42 EST .

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   Rollingcow  Yep. Made Mrs. Calf a very pretty shawl and am waiting for some sock yarn to make myself a spring/fall jacket.
Mrs. Cow
March 31 at 14:55 EST .

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   Bettijo  Sooooo cute! We should have a wall for crafts.
March 31 at 18:34 EST .

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   Yottyhere  That's a good idea Bettijo..the wall that has the least current posts would be the Weird But True I wonder if Luis could just switch the name to Arts and Crafts.
I know Nu and MrsC are always working on neat things.
hmmmmm
Don't you paint Bettijo?
I have lots of ideas so I am always hunting for the "how to do it" directions .....
March 31 at 22:03 EST .

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   Surfhut  The Wallaraby sweater is adorable, but not nearly as adorable as Miss Charlotte. I still member so many of us suggesting names before she was born.

Crafts wall to replace the Weird But True sounds good to me. Lots of talent around here.
April 1 at 20:19 EST .

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   Rollingcow posted on The Range 2nd Amendment  I noticed that we have actual green grass in our back yard and they say we'll be in the 60's this weekend! Time to head to and outdoor range, I'm so sick of shooting inside.
Mrs. Cow
March 27 at 04:48 EST .

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   Ole buzzard  Good idea. I need to get some rifle time in, too. The indoor range I go to will not let me fire my .30-30 there.
March 27 at 12:32 EST .

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   Ole buzzard  The Georgia Department of Natural Resources offers a range pass that allows me to take a carload of people to any range at any Wildlife Management Area in Georgia for only $35.00 per year.
March 29 at 15:04 EST .

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   Safetydude  Hey,
Have any of y'all tried this 'Bump Fire' AR stock ?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_U6tORrO
DJE
April 4 at 22:01 EST .

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   Ole buzzard  I have not fired one, but have seen them demonstrated (there are several different brands ). There are a couple available for my Mini-14, but I want to keep the wood stock and forearm.
Monday at 18:28 EST .

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   Rollingcow posted on Suggested Reading  I have a book on audio that someone or other gave me. It should be perfect for me, it's urban fantasy and I'm always up for reading a new author in that genre. Unfortunately I've listened to it four times without hearing a word it seems. I have no idea what went on or why I should care. I'm not sure whether it's the book or the narrator and at this point I don't care. Anyone else have this experience? I'm normally a very active listener.
Mrs. Cow
March 27 at 04:46 EST .

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   BirdsNest  I have never cared for audio books but the narrator would have to be quite good in order to capture and keep your attention. I would listen to anything if Tom Selleck read it, or Sam Elliot.
March 27 at 18:38 EST .

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   Rollingcow  I love to listen to Richard Farone, Stephen Lang is another favorite, but many actors aren't very good narrators. There are a few however. The trick to listening to a story is to tune in on it as much as you can, I'm always walking around with my ear buds in and my i-pod in my pocket. I wouldn't have been able to do it a few years ago, guess I've learned to take things slower now.
Mrs. Cow
March 27 at 23:01 EST .

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   Nugoddess  The only audio book I ever tried was Hypnosis Made Easy - listened to it while driving. Yeah, the cops said I shouldn't do audio books any more. ;p
April 11 at 18:31 EST .

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   Yottyhere posted on Rollingcow  MrsC

I was telling Nu on her wall That I didunt know you two were sisters and she said you were the oldest

is that true

   March 25 at 22:16 EST .

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