I have a vinyl cutter...lol, I could make endless stickers for you.Hobby #1 - Collecting Stickers from everywhere and anyone.
I have always loved collecting stickers since I was little. My dad would let me get 1 from the quarter machine any time we were out and about together.
Fast forward, I let my kids put stickers on their stuff; eventually they started putting them inside back window of my car but that became a blind spot so I had to put my foot down! Then one day, my oldest son got a sticker from school and immediately pasted it on the outside of my car, without hesitation he was too excited to tell me why he got the sticker
Considering my car is already salvaged (and paid off), I decided to allow it and it escalated from there. Over time, random people from anywhere I was (gas station down the street or even out of town) started giving me free stickers.
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This is just one side of my car... there's plenty more on the other side. Can you spot my BYC stickers?
I'm just the opposite, I'm finally starting to get more active after my summer slacking but I'm pretty well "insulated" from being a couch potato all summer long, lol! In Georgia it gets soooo incredibly hot you really can't stay outside for very long. The winters are mild though.I have too on the second one. I am a summer girl. I have never liked cold weather.
I notice that you live in Maine -- have you ever been to mount Apatite? Though, I think that you're further from it than I am.Most of the rocks that I own I found myself. Mainly from just smashing two rocks together and looking inside of the destroyed rock. I have a giant quartz that my dad found with my gramp when he was little, a tiny purple crystal that my friend gave me when she moved, a piece of rock with gold in it from my uncle, and a shard of a dino leg that my teacher dug up from a southern dry state, I forgot the name of the state. Besides those rocks, I found the rest outside.
I would absolutely LOVE to go there!!! I love rock hounding!I notice that you live in Maine -- have you ever been to mount Apatite? Though, I think that you're further from it than I am.
It used to be a mine, for I think quartz and tourmaline. Now people can visit for hikes or rockhounding, as long as they don't dig deeper than two feet.
I've gone there a couple of times. The last time that I went, I founds some smoky quartz shards and a couple chunks of stone that might have tiny garnets in them. Also lots of mica -- that stuff can be found in lumps upon lumps.
Yes, I'm in Alabama and it is about the same here as it is there in GA. Very humid in summer. I can handle heat and humidity its the cold and dampness I can't handle.I'm just the opposite, I'm finally starting to get more active after my summer slacking but I'm pretty well "insulated" from being a couch potato all summer long, lol! In Georgia it gets soooo incredibly hot you really can't stay outside for very long. The winters are mild though.