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Old 07-21-2014, 09:17 AM   #1
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Default I think my wife is too greedy

Every time I made a bowl she said "MINE" so now I might have to get a bigger table soon.
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I have that problem with the little bowls I made on the lathe. Unless I told here that I was making one for someone ahead of time.
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Maybe that's the plan, new dining furniture.
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I can't blame her, Nice work!
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A very smart lady!
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Those are awesome - don't blame her a bit. Now get busy & make more for the rest of us
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Of all the things she could collect, it is wonderful that she chooses things made by you---and it lets you indulge your hobby expenditures for her benefit! Wonderful pieces.
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A great display of bowls. I can see why see wants them.
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Great looking collection!
You didn't hear it from me, but my wife "needed to" buy some fancy shelving (antique bakers rack) to display some of mine. Oh well .... it did free up some permissions for more tools.
Keep them coming ..... well done...
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Very nicely done collection. Looks like there are many gift ideas there. Thanks for sharing these with us.

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