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On 9/8/2018 at 4:39 PM, Mad Jack said:

Three weeks left in September... Anybody?

Nope. Been school, birthday and other family things... Just no time.

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Okay, it's that time again - the time when everyone explains how they''re too busy to do a paint Day in October... :rolleyes:

 

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Dilvish the Deliverer said:

No time to explain......too busy!

 

 Okay, it's settled then - Paint Day is on he 14th, at Dilvish's house.

He won't be there, of course, since he's too busy, but I'm sure he won't mind if we use his stuff...

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On 9/10/2018 at 11:34 AM, Vil-hatarn said:

I'm attending two weddings this month :wacko:

 

I'm only attending one wedding this Fall, but as groom it feels like it would be rude to bail in favor of painting. :poke:

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12 hours ago, Aard_Rinn said:

Im gonna be at the citadel painting today, if anyone wants to stop by.

 

 I almost did... Drove right past you about four times running errands around town.

 

 

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I'm totally done getting married.

 

My weekends are not all free, but attending a paint day in November might be a real possibility for me. Anybody care to toss out a proposed weekend?

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 I'd say the second or third weekend...  The 10th or the 17th.

 

This coming weekend is a bit short notice, and the last weekend is Thanksgiving...

 

 

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