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Posted: 10/04/21 01:06pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

navegator wrote:

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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I though maybe I could turn it into a donkey, with me as the back end.


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ro_sie wrote:

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




Not so much. Lol.

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LouLawrence wrote:

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




All part of the process. Back to YakShaving, in order to finish other work.

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ro_sie wrote:

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)




That's pretty much about it....

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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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O.K. nuff horsing round, back to the grind wheel or no hay tonight!

SR: fullyiming

If you had COVID-19 your stamina might not be what it used to be, be careful in trying to accomplish to many things all at once and do take it slow, this virus affects in different ways.

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Good Morning. Back to the grind here. hoping everyone has a good day!


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navegator wrote:

O.K. nuff horsing round, back to the grind wheel or no hay tonight!

SR: fullyiming

If you had COVID-19 your stamina might not be what it used to be, be careful in trying to accomplish to many things all at once and do take it slow, this virus affects in different ways.

navegator




Based on my post and not yours, I thought I was the back end of a Donkey! Lol...

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Good Morning. Back to the grind here. hoping everyone has a good day!




Working on it! Thanks.

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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.

“A person that started in to carry a cat home by the tail was getting knowledge that was always going to be useful to him, and warn't ever going to grow dim or doubtful.”

Mark Twain

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