prayers! i had a candle going for you, will light a new one. i suspect St Jude is the clutter saint, at least in my house.... Kirsten Houseknecht Fabric DragonMessage 1 of 32 , Feb 14, 2010View Sourceprayers! i had a candle going for you, will light a new one.
i suspect St Jude is the clutter saint, at least in my house....
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From: "Jeanne Wardwell" <jcwardwell@...>
Sent: Sunday, February 14, 2010 8:38 PM
Subject: Re: [EK Sooth Guild] Prayers/good vibes for apartment, please!
> Tomorrow's the day, and three of our rooms are nearly empty, so it seems.
> They echo!! Well, we're still going down the home stretch on two rooms
> and flagging badly (it's after 8:30 PM), but we have to do this. We were
> blessed with several great helpers this past week, and we couldn't have
> done all this by ourselves. So please keep up the good things for us! We
> really want to be able to stay in this apartment till we can afford what
> really want!
> Thanks, everyone,
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... Do what, put tag numbers on the outlets? Power limit labels might be useful, but the only thing that stops people from plugging in too much stuff is aMessage 32 of 32 , Mar 31, 2010View SourceVirginia Fair Richards-Taylor <tchipakkan@...> wrote:
>Do what, put tag numbers on the outlets? Power limit
> I wish they'd do that at Pennsic. I can't tell you how many times
> we lose power because too many appliances are drawing on one plug.
> (probably because they put several camps on one plug)
labels might be useful, but the only thing that stops
people from plugging in too much stuff is a limit on
how many outlets are available, and enforcement of a
"no electric multipliers" rule.
Remember when nobody brought electrical appliances to
Pennsic? Something about being medieval...