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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 12-20-2015, 04:01 PM Thread Starter
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Okay gonna kill two birds with one stone here:

First, I hope everyone is well, and their Holiday Season (CHRISTMAS) is going well, and no one is stressed over gifts. I am, but they're gifts to get done for others, not to buy lol. Ken killed my drill press (nm, don't ask) so another way had to be found to do the holes for the pegs on a hat rack that I'm working on for my friend Marys' son. I have two wine bottle holders in the shape of wine glasses that are trying to make me crazy (three tries on the one, and still not up to my standards, but Ken says it's fine) and two plaques (another John Wayne and a Dale Sr) are in the furnace room with the stain drying on them. I see Harry is back, and that's definitely a relief, Harry. Glad to see you here again, and glad you're okay. Had me worried there for a bit.

Bird Two: These scripts or whatever that's killing my load time on here have got to go! I'm sitting here, and with all the stuff trying to load and run around the rest of the page, I'm skippin', no cursor when I click (I sit and wait for it) and I'm making more typos than I care to count, as I type, but get a hiccup, and it skips... (hard to explain) and I don't need help making typos... I do that well enough on my own, thank you Okay I'm done complaining.

Yup, I have my "shop" back. Ken got most of it set up last weekend I want to say. I'll take a couple pictures soon as I can of my temporary setup. Ken did a good job. Still have some minor rearranging to do, and as I'm out there, things will no doubt get moved over and over again till it's just right. I'll also get a few pics of the other things I've been doing. I have a welcome sign that I had cut, and did the lettering, but still needed staining, so that's been stained, I had a fish that needed cutting, and Ken's boss's present. (I designed that a while back, but just got to cut it Wednesday, I want to say.) Got to spend three hours in the shop Wednesday while Ken was gone, and got quite a bit cut. It was fun. I needed that therapy.

Okay I'll shut up now... (Fingers are startin' to get tired now, anyway, and my fimmies are freezin'!!)
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Good to see you again Barb. Glad you're all about the therapy again. How's the craft stall doing? Hope it's christmas rush.

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Got another ck from the shop but haven't been up there since I was up there Thanksgiving weekend. Gonna try and take some items up over Christmas

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Others have just started having similar issues with their computers Barb. I'm not sure why or if it will go away as suddenly as it appeared.
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Others have just started having similar issues with their computers Barb. I'm not sure why or if it will go away as suddenly as it appeared.
wunder if it's the flood of adds because of the season...
they will over run a computer, it's processor and the RAM...
all of them snooping, phoning home and vying for the ''ME ME ME'' slot...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Okay gonna kill two birds with one stone here:


Okay I'll shut up now... (Fingers are startin' to get tired now, anyway, and my fimmies are freezin'!!)
I'm afraid to ask ,but what is a fimmie? If it is personal, forget I asked. Do I have one?

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Good to know you are back to taking your therapy sessions, Barb. Nothing like the smell of sawdust to make one feel better.
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Herb asked and I would like to know what are fimmies? If too personal disregard the question.
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LOL fimmies - fingers and yes you have them; unless, God forbid you've had a shop accident
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LOL fimmies - fingers and yes you have them; unless, God forbid you've had a shop accident
Got all my fimmies and intend to keep them. LOL

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