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Default Draft for Ribbon for Mama & Daddy

Haven't felt up to doing any work in Bentley, even tho' he's at his new home; been a rough four months.

Last night (or night before, I forget) I decided I needed to get the ribbon done for Mama & Daddy. Here's
the draft. I just fixed the spacing that was off, (the picture is before I fixed the spacing) and a couple
tweaks here and there. Metal rods will be placed approximately where the red arrows are-one longer than
the other, as this is a double ribbon; the usual ribbon is just a single one, as I've shown before.

Got an order for Dale Earnhardt likeness, and a sign for a bowling repair/drilling shop, but just can't seem
to gather the energy to do them. I have the Dale request ready to cut but...
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I am sure that it will get finished in the time, Barb.

Make sure to keep us up to date.....

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Barb,
It will look great. You are and have been in my thoughts and prayers. Look forward to seeing more.
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Thank you, James and Mary. I transferred it to the wood last night; when I took the picture, the wintergreen oil
was still dissipating. House smelled "minty fresh", tho'
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Thank you, James and Mary. I transferred it to the wood last night; when I took the picture, the wintergreen oil
was still dissipating. House smelled "minty fresh", tho'
How fitting Barb. A ribbon for the "Winters" started out with "Wintergreen oil."




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