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fulltimin

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Posted: 10/01/21 06:54pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Next was to finish the slot with a nice sharp chisel.



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Posted: 10/01/21 06:56pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Add some glue, assemble, and clamp until the glue cures, and we have 1/2 of a sawhorse.



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Well, that was a waste of a good month. Lol.



Not at all. That should have proven to be a very valuable experience with an increase in knowledge. It is in such times that I benefit; although I suffer. I now know how my fellowman feels while enduring the same experience in life and makes me more compassionate toward him.

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Sorry to learn that you were ill, but on the other hand it makes me grateful that I did take the vaccine and was able to spend very little time out and about. My husband has lung cancer and not doing well. I need to be with him most of the time, so, I needed to be at home. If you pray, please include him in your prayers.


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When the sawhorses are finished are you going to put heads, saddles and tails?

So that the wife and you horse around?

LOL, LOL.

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UhOh, trying to get the man all riled up are you?

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If only we can get through this saw horse saga, he might get back on topic.

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LouLawrence, it is part of the saga. Plus, we need to take into account that fulltimin is still in recovery mode. Be patient. We will get there (S)

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He has been entertaining us since June 17, 2017.

Wow. That is some persistent posting


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PastorCharlie wrote:

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Well, that was a waste of a good month. Lol.



Not at all. That should have proven to be a very valuable experience with an increase in knowledge. It is in such times that I benefit; although I suffer. I now know how my fellowman feels while enduring the same experience in life and makes me more compassionate toward him.

SUFFERING IS A GREAT TEACHER.




Suffering will teach one things that would probably not be learned any other way. Not always fun while going through them.

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