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If you could do anything w/o regard to qualifications, what would you do?

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Oh, I decide even better what I would do..Own a bed and brunch Inn and have a quilt store and have different quilters come in and instruct. ( there are cruises and retreat where quilters go and visit and take their machines and learn new ideas etc.) The reason for bed and brunch is I think getting up early on vacation just to get the breakfast is silly. :yeah::yeah: And if I had spare time I would write mystery novel about a quilt store!

I would SOOOO come to your bed and brunch place. DH and I are diehard third shifters. One of the toughest things about our travels in Ireland has always been making ourselves get up in time for breakfast. Bed and brunch makes so much more sense.

I also love quilts, although I don't really want to make them. Just like looking at (and sleeping under) what others have done.

To my earlier desire to become a police detective, I would also add writing. I've always done it and hope to continue doing it.

No mysteries. Just good fiction.

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Oh, I decide even better what I would do..Own a bed and brunch Inn and have a quilt store and have different quilters come in and instruct. ( there are cruises and retreat where quilters go and visit and take their machines and learn new ideas etc.) The reason for bed and brunch is I think getting up early on vacation just to get the breakfast is silly. :yeah::yeah: And if I had spare time I would write mystery novel about a quilt store!

My favorite place, almost as you describe is The Wild Rose in Orting, WA. Not a bed and breakfast, but their second floor has bedrooms, kitchen, bath and they hold retreats, where you come and sew. And if you need supplies, even in the middle of the night, you can go downstairs and shop!

The Wild Rose Quilt Shop & Retreat of Orting, Washington is nestled at the foothills of Mt. Rainier. Our Shop as a unique collection of fabric, kits, classes, books & patterns.

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My favorite place, almost as you describe is The Wild Rose in Orting, WA. Not a bed and breakfast, but their second floor has bedrooms, kitchen, bath and they hold retreats, where you come and sew. And if you need supplies, even in the middle of the night, you can go downstairs and shop!

The Wild Rose Quilt Shop & Retreat of Orting, Washington is nestled at the foothills of Mt. Rainier. Our Shop as a unique collection of fabric, kits, classes, books & patterns.

Thanks so much for the link. Their web page is cool and I would love to go to one of their retreats. Have to work up to that one as Wash State is a bit far.

But I appreciate it so much:yeah:

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