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Craft Corner

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Re: Craft Corner

Hey @PatchouliRose ☺ Hope doing fine is OK for you. Does your boyfriend/husband person watch netflix with you?

I can't imagine typing quickly with two fingers! I remember being so happy with myself when I started being able to type with more than two fingers, with some kind of speed and not a whole heap of mistakes.

Sorry if there was something off in my message. I'm doing 0K thanks. I haven't been feeling all that great for a while now so I'm going in to a mental health recovery kind of place in a few days. It's been pretty stressful to get to this point and I'm anxious thinking about it but also really looking forward to it too. I'll take heaps of crafty stuff to do ☺

Hope your day/afternoon is going well.
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Re: Craft Corner

Hi.  @CheerBear  I'm doing really, really great lately!  I hope that your stay is a good one!  Smiley Happy  I really do.  Smiley Happy  I hope that you learn the skills that you need there or get whatever it is that you need while you are there.  Also, I am going to post a picture of a not recent but a piece of jewelry that I made a long, long, long time ago!  Smiley Happy  It's a real beauty to me.  It's my husband/boyfriend persons and he still has it after all of these years!  Smiley Happy  I call him husband/boyfriend person because we aren't legally married.  Okay Cheers!  

Peace Smiley Happy
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Re: Craft Corner

So good to hear you are doing really great @PatchouliRose! 😊 That's awesome! Thanks for your wishes too.

I am looking forward to seeing your picture when you share it.

Husband/boyfriend person is a great way of saying it. Whatever works for you!

Hope your day/evening is a good one ☺

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