posted by PamKittyMorning at 10:16 PM
Oh my gosh, only you have the ability to write one line and be funny! Speaking of one...you beat me by one vote on the Holly blog? Congratulations!
Iron graves. I have dug many. They are selfless little workers aren't they?
All good irons go to heaven.
A moment of silence for faithful friends...what would we do without them?
I have to say that I am not in love with Rowenta irons. I have one and it drips. It even says drip-free on the side...Consumer Reports liked the cheapo Black and Decker I think...I get very attached to an iron! Vicki at Hollyhocks.typepad.com
So, did we have a service out by the trash can?? I hope there were plenty of flowers for the ceremony.
Pam,Did you read Mark's article on irons in the latest edition of Quilters Home. Very funnysee you soon!mary
my sincere condolences. parting is such sweet sorrow... whatcha gonna get now? :-)
lol! That looks just like that last one that I had to send to the boneyard!
Too funny Lady! :)
Ouch! May it have a decent burial!
Oh dear. I always get teary eyed when my trusty Rowenta gives up the ghost.
I had to return every Rowenta I ever bought for dripping and leaking-ugh. Finally went bak to my faithful friend Black&Decker. They just came out with a new one called Digital Advantage-it's heavy and gets hotter than any iron I've ever had I went back and bought another to put away for the sad day when it bites the dust. R.I.P. to your little iron.(get a B&D)
hee hee hee.I have been married for 10 years...I have gone through at least 6 irons in that time...maybe 7. Quilting will do that to ya'.
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