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Posted: 12/06/21 08:02pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

PastorCharlie wrote:

When one enjoys their work why rush to have it all end?




There should be enjoyment in the journey as well as the destination. Enjoying the fruits of one's labor, should also be a treat as well.


If you want to do something, you will find a way.
If you don't, you will find an excuse.

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LouLawrence wrote:

The enjoyment should be in the use of the product. This is anything but! If you are actually a Pastor you must understand that his wife is a Saint!




Destination vs journey. Both have their place.

Yes, she is a saint. Thank goodness.

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donkeydew wrote:

is that going to be a one holer or two when in gets assembled ?
that is a mighty fine box




Since my big butt has to go on there, it will have to be a single hole'r. lol.

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LouLawrence wrote:

The enjoyment should be in the use of the product. This is anything but! If you are actually a Pastor you must understand that his wife is a Saint!


Of course, a saint understands a husband who enjoys the work of his craft and is around home enjoying the good life with family and his work.

On the other hand, there are those husbands who are not content with the work of their hands and the family life and want to roam the country all the time seeking their pleasure elsewhere.

A man should have the freedom to enjoy what is valuable to him if it honors God and family.

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To strengthen the box use triangles on all 8 corners and use the kreg tool, that should strengthen the box so that the paperwork can be accomplished in peace and solitude.

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Over the years I’ve learnt there are two types to just about every hobby. Those that like to work on their stuff, and those that like to use their stuff.

Full timer vs curator. Both dreamers, one much more then the other.

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navegator wrote:

To strengthen the box use triangles on all 8 corners and use the kreg tool, that should strengthen the box so that the paperwork can be accomplished in peace and solitude.

navegator



But what if I am a wash, air dry, and wear kind of person?

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John&Joey wrote:

Over the years I’ve learnt there are two types to just about every hobby. Those that like to work on their stuff, and those that like to use their stuff.

Full timer vs curator. Both dreamers, one much more then the other.




And then there are the eye D ten T people. Id10t!

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Posted: 12/10/21 07:45am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

fulltimin,

As long as you enjoy what you are doing (and your wife is still smiling)-then...it's done when it's done.


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I just hope we live long enough to see the finished product.

Something tells me some here won't.


There are 24 hours in every day - it all depends on how you choose to use them.
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