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Stain Matching?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Elizabeth Leveques Dec 30, 2015.



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At 10:15am on February 1, 2010, DAVID CZUPRYN said…
Food for thought.Win,win situation? You betcha ! How many families "hang out" today? Sometimes,It's not the norm. Here's my point: Did you ever stop to consider,how your actions impact your family? What do your children see? They see daddy using his time wisely,and for good cause.They see daddy,who's never bent wood in his life,take the time to educate himself,and have the guts to try it.They watch daddy create beautiful things in his shop.He then gives it away,his only reward being a thank you smile.If that's not being a good role model,I don't what is.You're not only a skilled woodworker,but serve as an excellant role model to you're family and all of those you come in contact with.The world could use more people like you.Actions speak louder than words.Your children may not comment verbally,out loud,to you,but trust me you've impacted them in a most posative way.Keep up the good work,and remember,it's not the dates on your tombstone that matter;it's that little dash in between that people will remember !! Dave
At 11:06pm on January 31, 2010, Kevin P. Thornton said…
Wow, Dave Thanks for the Positive feedback. Ive really enjoy working down in my wood shop.No radios,T.V., cell phones. My kids or wife will bring down dinner and something to drink or just come down to hang out. Its just a all around good times and you know I give all my projects away and that's cool to see the smile I get so really it's a win win , Thanks again, sincerely Kevin
At 7:09pm on January 19, 2010, Jenny said…
David wrote> Note,also, how the smaller head { no rathet } offers a smaller drive angle to better drive the screw.

Oh, good point! That might enable me to use a shorter bit too.

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