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Class Today!

I had my class today. It was a little bit different than I expected (working with boro, which I've never done, and completely different icicles than I was expecting!) but I did enjoy myself. I wasn't feeling all that great so I was thinking about skipping it, but my geek boyfriend talked me into going, and I'm glad I did. I can't get my work back until Tuesday, though, so I'll try and post a photo as soon as I do!

Where did this weekend go? We're having Thanksgiving at my house this year, and my boyfriend's parents are coming in, too, so we'll have a full house! Lots of fun! We did a lot of work this weekend getting ready! I had ordered a new chandellier for the dining room, and we had to put it together and put it up. It's much better than the old one. We got carpet too so had some furniture moving in the basement - it's so much better, I think the kids are really going to like it a lot more! I know I do. And my tile in the entryway was replaced - looks so much better too! Now, I need to get bead selling to replentish my bank account!!!

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