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Started by Mr.Obvious, January 10, 2021, 03:41:31 PM

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Quote from: drunkenshoe on January 10, 2021, 05:31:37 PM
I want to make one for Solomon. I mean for his memory...Not sure how you say that in Eng.
The closest I can come is a "memorial" or a "remembrance."


I like gardening, but it’s heavily seasonal although there are plenty of veggies that can be pot grown inside during the winter. But that may not be enough energy to “relax” Depending on your neighborhood and interaction with them my older sister 68ish walks her elderly neighbors dogs every day. Win win win.
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Thanks for a lot of great ideas, one and all.
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Quote from: drunkenshoe on January 11, 2021, 03:59:22 AM
NO. e: Are you still making those? :lol:

Not really. Although I am thinking of doing another one at some point. Just to have something to do.

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I've been knitting and crocheting for around 15 years now.  Once you hit your groove, it's very relaxing, and you get something out of it you can use or gift.

Of course, I knit things like Fourth Doctor scarves and plush Daleks and Cthulhus and DNA molecules, so it's weird and relaxing at the same time.  :)
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