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About blonde77th

  • Birthday 04/27/1948

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    so far meeting some of you !
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    rock & country
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  1. Well most of you that know me well plus my friends & family know I am a Cancer Survivor well check up this morning at the Cancer Clinic went Great Mammo is fine & I have been discharged as 1 of their patients woooo hooooooo I have been clean for 6 yrs This can be Beaten !!!! And for those of you that helped me through that terrible time in my life I will never forget !!!!! Don't forget ladies pls get your yearly mammo's !!
  2. QUOTE (blonde77th @ Mar 22 2007, 06:24 PM) http://i64.photobucket.com/albums/h173/blonde77th/smhi2u2.jpg I Promise I Swear Another season of Good looking feet
  3. I have to agree with all I am a Cancer survivor But there is too much C out there so F **** you cancer !!!!!!!!! I feel better saying that
  4. If I didn't know better I would say Winter has done a come back 39 & freezing
  5. 80 to-day low 80's tomorrow I Love It !!!!!
  6. We are going Backwards here 39 & Brrrrrr
  7. 39 & raining Hope it don't freeze
  8. QUOTE (Janie @ Mar 22 2010, 03:37 PM) QUOTE (Mara @ Mar 22 2010, 10:43 AM) QUOTE (Janie @ Mar 22 2010, 12:09 PM) I'm looking for some suggestions on my next project. http://i378.photobucket.com/albums/oo228/LifesonPics/Picture253-1.jpg I found this handsome piece at a yard sale for $10! It's pretty big (an old entertainment unit). I was originally thinking of painting it two shades of blue but I kind of like the idea of staining it. It has a number of good scratches in it. Thoughts? That wood is too nice to paint. It might look good with a nice ebony stain. How deep are the scratches? You can sand out a lot of damage. Wood filler is very forgiving and easy to work with. It takes stain very well as a rule, though, which is why I suggested a darker color. I loved that suggestion Mara! I just got back from Home Depot (they must think I'm a crazy painting project lady... which I suppose... anyway) and picked up some black stain. I'm planning on tackling this project today or tomorrow so will post updated pics soon. That is Beautiful can't see what you do to it
  9. Going to 68 to-day just getting ready to go on a all day site seeing tour around London & Sarnia Fun Fun Fun
  10. 54 right now was 66 Beautiful degree's to-day
  11. March comes in like a Lamb & goes out like a Lion I hope not we have been having upper 50's here & 60 is acoming in the next few days
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