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  1. Hi Sue, I love that antique iron! Is that the one you use?

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  2. Noreen, I'm not sure if that's my iron. It so long since I last saw it, I have forgotten!!!

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  3. Thanks, Dana for leaving these kind and encouraging words. Gemma-Rose suggested Andy did the ironing and then I could get back to writing, but I think I'd better do it! See you soon.

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  4. Not enough hours in the day! Do you listen to CDs or watch DVDs when you iron? I've been thinking about listen to books on CD for those sorts of jobs:)

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  5. Hi Vicky, I once started listening to an audio book while I was ironing. I never finished the book because that turned out to be my one and only ironing session for a long time, and the book was due back at the library. But a great idea!

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  6. Hi sue, Its been a few days..have you surfaced from your ironing pile yet? I will be waiting to, when you return. I do mine in the mornings a few times a week. Leanne

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  7. Leanne, I admire how organised you are! Actually, Andy did a lot of ironing last night. Isn't he a great husband? I still have some skirts to do...God bless!

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  8. Ironing? What's that?

    Just kidding! I hate ironing though and only do it when absolutely necessary!

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  9. You sound like me, Mary. There are much better things to do than iron. Though the girls do love seeing all their freshly ironed clothes waiting to be worn. Sometimes their smiles are worth the effort.

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  10. Hi auntie Sue.
    I am still going to bake the cake.
    But not today. Thank you for visting my blog.

    From Melanie xo xo

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  11. Lovely to talk to you today, Melanie. I'm looking forward to visiting your blog to see a picture of your cake. So don't forget to take a photo before you cut it and eat it!

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