Christmas Project for Work
Apparently, my workshop will be filled with women this weekend... (Which, for most of them, will be a first time in a workshop such as mine.)
I got a message from one of my co-workers. It was so cute. She says: "Do you have a saw?" I wrote back: "What kind would you like? Band, miter, scroll, or jig?" She laughed, remembering who she was talking to. It seems her and a couple of my fellow union members want to make wooden snowmen for the tables at our Christmas Luncheon next month, and Terry, who is a fellow union rep, as I am, remembered that I do my signs. Well, before the conversation was over, I had been nominated as the cutter of said project, and my workshop as the place to gather to put them together. Below is the example of what they wanted to do.
As of Tuesday morning, the count was approximately eight (8) women that will be coming over to have me cut the wood for snowmen families, and they will be painting these families. Should be interesting. Good thing I wanted a big shop...
Now the workshop be re-arranged yet again to accommodate everyone, giving two work spaces for painting/creating snowmen. Ken and I will be moving everything around Friday night, and he'll be going out to get my tanks filled as well to make sure we have heat for the entire afternoon. I'll post pics of the gathering when it's all said and done. Actually looking forward to it. We never get the chance to get together outside of work. This should be fun.
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