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elijah13
Dec 24, 2018
What a festive table setting! Hard puzzle to do but enjoyed doing it. Now on to finishing things I need to do. First on list is my great nieces pants--3 pairs that are to big at the waist. Haven't used my machine in a long time so I hope I can remember how to thread it. This machine is only about 40 years old--heavy as lead to lift but my "old faithful" for when I need it.
pixipixil
Dec 24, 2018
I have gone through so many sewing machines. They don't last because the parts are plastic. Went to fashion school but never felt I did good sewing. My designs were always too complicated for my abilities.
nborchardt
Dec 24, 2018
When I lived in Honduras I had a treadle machine. Loved that machine. The funny thing was that it was exactly like the one my mother had, except hers was electric!
trynfindit
Dec 24, 2018
When did you live in Honduras nborchardt? We donate to a faith group there through our church.
nborchardt
Dec 24, 2018
I was in Honduras from 12/73-6/91. My ex-husband was from there and my oldest daughter was born there. I loved it until my marriage just dissolved into chaos. Live and learn.
trynfindit
Dec 24, 2018
I'm so sorry to hear about the problems with your ex. I hope life is so much better for you since then and now. Merry Christmas to you and yours.
pixipixil
Dec 24, 2018
Nborchardt..so sorry about your marriae. Why were youi in Honduras? Peace corps?
nborchardt
Dec 24, 2018
My life is most excellent with a wonderful loving husband to put the frosting on life's blessings. Merry Christmas to you and yours. trynfindit!
elijah13
Dec 26, 2018
Glad you have a wonderful loving husband now. May your family be blessed!
nborchardt
Dec 26, 2018
Pixipixil, I met my ex at a Christmas party given my the Latin American Students at the University of Illinois. He was there and we met and the rest, as they say, is history. He wanted to marry me but said he would not do that until I went to Honduras to see if I could live there because he knew too many men who married in the US and when they brought their wives to Honduras, the wives said, "I am NOT living here! ". I went, I saw, and I liked it.
pixipixil
Dec 26, 2018
You are a free spirit and much more adventurous than I, nborchardt. I have never been to a country that wasn't English speaking. You must have a knack for languages like my husband's family.
elijah13
Dec 27, 2018
Pixipixil, I have a portable (very heavy) sewing machine that is at least 40 years old. I do use it occasionally. I have only had it repaired once. In fact I used it this week to alter some pants for my great, great niece for her little girl. Hope your Christmas was wonderful.
nborchardt
Dec 27, 2018
Pixipixil, I was a music major in college, in voice. I think having to sing in all the different languages. I think it is just being able to say the words correctly, and memorizing vocabulary tied into the singing.
pixipixil
Dec 27, 2018
I, too, am a music major but only at the Masters level. I ended up there circuitously and have some undergrad creds but no degree. My BA is in Fine Art. on my MSEd I majored in voice but for teaching, not performing and because I began late (mid 40's) I did not do all that much singing except in church as a cantor. I put on two recitals at our public library but my husband said that should end since it took too much time and money and I was not happy with the result...Well duh. If he had been sabotaged doing a speech he would have been unhappy also. (I was doing the Jewel song and acting it out and while I was getting dressed to perform someone wound up the music box in the jewelry box I was using as a prop and I had to stop singing the aria as I could not stop the box from playing.) There was a nasty group of singers who thought they had the right to control all the opera and classical music being performed around here and didn't like me doing it eventhough they told me I could join their group as long as I didn't sing. Anyway. I know a bit of French, German, Italian and Spanish but not enough to piece together a conversation in any. You must have done much more singing than I did. I was a coloratura and did Queen of the Night, Lakme Bell Song and Je Suis Titania among other pieces. I can't hit those pitches any more. I'm stuck at d above high c. Need to get back to my Eb for most of the good stuff. Forget E and F! I have been asking God to help me get it back eventhough it would just be for my own satisfaction. I'm 72+ so where in the world would I sing that stuff except at home?
trynfindit
Dec 28, 2018
Pix, like the saying goes, "There's no place like home."
nborchardt
Dec 28, 2018
I know what you're saying, Pixipixil. I used to have a 3 octave range......that's gone forever! LOL! And I still love to sing. Have a great day, Pixixil!
pixipixil
Dec 28, 2018
Thanks nborchardt. You too. I had three also. Also gone. Still over 2 tho.
nborchardt
Dec 30, 2018
It's not the range, it is the love of music and still being able to sing and enjoy the song. Have a wonderful day, pixipixil!
pixipixil
Dec 31, 2018
You too nborchardt...However if the songs one loves require range to sing them it does come into play; I guess we'll have to agree to disagree as my husband likes to say. Glad you still love to sing. Me too on that anyway.
nborchardt
Dec 24, 2018
Beautiful, but difficult Christmas puzzle. Enjoyed doing it. I hope everyone has a wonderful day filled with enough blessings to go around!!
mamag15
Dec 24, 2018
You as well nborchardt.
tshepherd24
Dec 24, 2018
Thank you nborchardt and may your day be wonderful and filled with enough blessings to go around too. :-)
nborchardt
Dec 24, 2018
Thank you so much mamag and tshepherd!
tshepherd24
Dec 24, 2018
You're welcome nborchardt. :)
Honeybeez
Dec 24, 2018
Beautiful scene! Enjoyed doing this very much. :)
nlbuchanan
Dec 24, 2018
What a busy picture! So many little things to put together. Very trying for me.

God bless you all.
jas6415
Dec 24, 2018
Festive scene in a cozy loving home..
mamag15
Dec 24, 2018
I agree it is very festive.
mamag15
Dec 24, 2018
Beautiful!! Wish I could decorate like that. The only thing I would eliminate is the alcohol drinks. Cannot be anywhere near it.
lilbc77
Dec 24, 2018
This was a really busy puzzle, which I like. All of the Christmas puzzles this year have been really great!
pixipixil
Dec 24, 2018
I can remember my mother setting a Christmas table like this...beautiful. I have never done anything like it. We basically eat and leave as we get finished. Oh well. We all cope as best we can!
Wishing you all the festivities of the season...Jesus would want it that way!
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