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Hi, guys.

I have had a lot of problem with my Yahoo connection so I changed to Google.

My daughter asked to me to install some shelves to her kitchen cabinets. Those cabinets were made using ceramic tiles, which I donīt like but that was their election. I needed to remove the cabinets doors to install the shelves supports.

There is still a lot of work to do in the base cabinets.
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Glad to see you back and still busy nice job
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"look like nothing had happened", is a sign of a good reno, Alexis.

Good to see you keeping in practice....

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"look like nothing had happened", is a sign of a good reno, Alexis.

Good to see you keeping in practice....
Yep. What James said.

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Nice work Alexis. So your grand daughter isn't taking up all your time.

Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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Hi, guys.

I have been so busy with a new job which is so far from my resident city. I am working in the construction of several oil pipelines. It is a so isolated place that there is not internet facilies around so I just can see my granddaugther during the week ends. She is only one an a half months old and is growing so fast. My new avatar is her left footprint.

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