Thu, Sep 4, 2003, 3:03pm (EDT+4) email@example.com (mmiller4342)
After I responded, I went back and read your post again. I will
respond in more detail this time.
My request for help was sincere and exactly as I described.
Well, that's a problem. Because you didn't describe anything.
Here is your complete original post:
Wed, Sep 3, 2003, 2:37pm (EDT+4) From: firstname.lastname@example.org (mmiller4342)
Laid off recently from a 20hr a week office manager job. Three years ago
stopped woodworking (small crafts, shaker oval boxes) to take that job.
Now I have a second 'chance'. The holiday season is coming up and I
would like to give it a try again. What can I do that is fairly simple
easy and would yield a good return on time and effort? i dont have a lot
of experience and was going thru a lengthy 'ramping up' process when the
wife said "work in the real world..." ANY suggestions welcome.
bench top table saw
various sanders disk and belt
variety of the 'usual' hand tools etc.
See? But, now your feelings are hurt because of my response, and
you come up with a whole bunch of, Did I mention?. No, you didn't
I'm not sure what you mean here::
I was/am a stay at home dad. <snip> I had a 40hr work week AND twenty
hours at a part time job. <snip>
Are you saying you were/are a stay-at-home dad for 40 hours a week,
plus having a 20 hour part-time job? Or, had a 40 hour regular job,
plus the 20 hour part-time job, plus being a stay-at-home dad? Ah,
doesn't matter. I had full custody of my sons from 3 and 7, no child
support, worked full-time, and raised them with no help. At least
you've got a wife.
Yes in some areas, but they sell SLOWLY and are very time consuming to
make. I have ALL the forms and tools and templates for such I JUST DONT
HAVE HOURS AND HOURS TO POUR INTO ONE OR TWO SLOW SELLING PROJECTS.
Then why mess with them? Do a bit of homework, and find out what
sells in your area.
AND JOAT: out of politeness <snip> I do believe an apology is in order
on your part.
That's being polite? I'll be polite too, and just say, don't hold
your breath. Look at it this way, now you understand the importance of
Failure is not an option.
But it is definitely a possibility.
Life just ain't life without good music. - JOAT
Web Page Update 2 Sep 2003. Some tunes I like.