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Old 07-19-2013, 09:39 PM
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Default Re: Thread coloring

Honestly, I have not won a lottery lately and I'm guessing that you haven't either, but...................... A few spools of thread are one of life's cheap little thrills. Cut loose, get some black, gray, olive, brown and tan. You'll feel better when you look at them sitting there and know that they are all yours. I sometimes look at all the threads and tinsels I've collected over the years and consider how wealthy I really am.

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