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    Quote Originally Posted by binnielici View Post
    Yes crocheting is quite easy to pick up! Look on YouTube there are heaps of videos. Just watch a few until you find one that makes sense - some of them went too quickly for me. You don't need much to start either just some wool - go a thicker ply and a single needle. I started with a 5.5 needle. You go smaller as you get better.

    I don't have great fine motor skills but have muddled along. I find it very relaxing.
    Yep, agreed. I just started out with some YouTube videos and went from there. I don't learn well from video so moved onto written stuff online and in books but once you get the hang of a few stitches, it's all easy from there

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    @pointless1 your DS must be stoked about his game. My DH plays baseball too
    We had people over for dinner tonight. DD is 1 next week and I think that's the first time we've had people for dinner since she's been born We used to entertain all the time. The people we had over we met when DD was born, she was in special care for 2 weeks and their son was in the whole time too. Nice time. Tomorrow we have swimming lesson in the morning wish I could just sleep in its been a big week and I'm pretty bombed

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    yep DS is very happy - he discovered a love of baseball last year. They were runners up in the premiership last year & this year moving up an age group had only won 2 game all year.

    We are both happy Saints fans now too.
    @gingermillie - I bonded with one of my friends realising that her DS & my DS were in SCN at the same time (at the time we didn't know each other but talking about their birthdays & her DS being a giant & mine being tiny helped us remember). Yay for entertaining again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pointless1 View Post
    Dinner was good & as a bonus DS actually ate it all for a change
    oh awesome! glad to hear it! was your sour cream still ok to be used? did yo get any pics of the dish you made? I'm always photographing my food

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    I didn't but we are going to have them again on Monday so will take one then (my cooking is normally crapola so I rarely do ). Sour cream had no mould so decided it was all good

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