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    Great Pot Belly Stove you have there Jadielee - is it an antique?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chubbsecurity View Post
    Great Pot Belly Stove you have there Jadielee - is it an antique?
    Yeah I think it is, its a Scandia one. One of the last owners installed it, but the flue only goes to the ceiling. We just have to get it finished so it pokes out the roof! Hopefully before next winter

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    Since the kids have left home we don't do any decorating at home and we go somewhere else for Xmas lunch.
    I got diagnosed with my cancer dec 16 2009 (merry Christmas family)

    Son in Sydney (3 kids then) said they would be here Boxing day....well, the tree went up and I went mental buying gifts (they would have mine I sent under their own tree. These were extra. I will never ever forget the kid's faces and my Son and daughter in law looking at each other then my son grinning and saying Holy overkill Batman. lol. With the aggressiveness of this cancer, poor prognosis it was on the cards that treatment may not work and it would be my last)

    The next Christmas scans had shown that I had possibly relapsed and we had to wait till Feb to find out. We went to their place but there was a shadow over the day for us adults. We wern't sure we could get there due to flooding but roads opened just in time.

    We are going to them again this year. They are in Canberra now. (4th grandy was cooking in her womb as I was doing treatment and was born a few months after I was declared in remission in 2010.)

    I am still in remission and this is the first in 3 years that we can enjoy Christmas with no over riding shadows.

    Can't wait!
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    Aw thats great! I hope it is extra special for you!!!

    Its our first Christmas in our first house this year, so we have two families coming over here! Its going to be busy, but eeh, its not often you get everyone in the same room

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    congrats Di Dee...

    Jadielee - did you have help from this guy to decorate the tree.
    A Jack Russell Christmas - YouTube

    And I think there's no way the rawhides would be still in their wrappers now if Frosty visited.

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    hahaha I wish I had his help it would have made it much more fun! lol Harley has discovered them now and their pressies under the tree too, so he is standing guard... well actually sleeping on the job at the moment! lol he's such a fairy, he has glitter all over his head from the baubles :P


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