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#128346 - 09/27/04 08:50 AM Re: The official birthday thread
Loc: Metro Detroit (MI)
A bit late, Dr. Bill, but hope you had a special day and that a good year awaits; we miss you!
#128347 - 09/29/04 02:13 PM Re: The official birthday thread
Hey, hey, today is Bingley's birthday.
Have a happy one Bing.
#128348 - 09/29/04 06:13 PM Re: The official birthday thread
Loc: Metro Detroit (MI)
Accept my felicitations as well, Bingley! Celebrate well and often.
#128349 - 09/30/04 12:33 AM Re: The official birthday thread
thank you both.
#128350 - 10/05/04 09:55 AM Re: The official birthday thread
Loc: Louisville, Kentucky
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, lovely belle! I hope you get lots of goodies and have tons of fun! Much love to you, Sweet Thing.
#128351 - 10/05/04 05:26 PM Re: The official birthday thread
Thanks for thinking of me Jackie. Kisses to you.
I had a great day. I took off work since it's my birthday and I worked on a bookcase I'm making. Hubby wanted a "heirloom" piece so it's a whole lot of work - but I love it.
Now, all I've been asked to do is to choose where Hubby is taking me to dinner.
#128352 - 10/05/04 07:41 PM Re: The official birthday thread
Loc: Marion NC
Is the bookcase the plan I sent you? I've done two of them and have seveal more to go. They get easier.
#128353 - 10/06/04 08:37 AM Re: The official birthday thread
Ah-ha TEd, you're having a senior moment ...you sent me the plans for a pencil-post bed, not a bookcase.
It probably would have helped if I had the bookcase plans...since I've never done this before, I'll sometimes do something, realize I screwed up and have to do it all over again. Good thing I remember and don't do it again.
For example, I measure extremely closely and I make sure everything is as close to perfect as possible. Well, my movable shelves were exactly the 12x23 inches of the inside space. I realized that if they are perfectly snug, they'll scratch the finish on the unit when I move them. An eight off the side and back and the problem is fixed. Now I'll know for next time...but I did have 21 shelves to recut.
Do you have any hints on how to cut carved molding at an angle? I have molding going around the bottom and I want to make sure the corners look good. I got the straight pieces figured out very well but I'm not sure how to handle the molding. It's solid wood and was a tad expensive so I don't want to screw up. It looks a little like this (sideways).
#128354 - 10/06/04 08:43 AM Re: The official birthday thread
'Appy belated birfday, belM. Hope the dinner was scrumpsh.
#128355 - 10/07/04 05:57 PM Re: The official birthday thread
Thanks jheem. Big hug!!
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