To quote the great Mark Twain, "reports of my death have been greatly
It was recently brought to my attention that as of several months back,
at least, there was some speculation in this newsgroup that I had gone
off to the great wood shop in the sky. Not so. I'm still around, still
in good health (as far as I know) and still not that easy to get rid of.
I've just been awfully busy and dealing with other issues.
I do appreciate most of the kind thoughts and words by the good people
in this group. Swingman, thanks for keeping the dream alive -- you know
what I mean.
To anybody who is looking for any of the articles I've written, most can
be found online somewhere. If you don't find what you're looking for,
get in touch.
Anybody who is still looking for a copy of "Building Your Own Kitchen
Cabinetry", get in touch. I'll see what I can do. If there's still
enough interest, I may be looking for a host web site.
To get in touch:
1) Find me on Facebook (easy, especially if you already have a FB account.
2) figure out my email address. It isn't that hard.
3) post here in rec.ww. I'll try my best to keep up, but no promises there.
My best to all of you. Stay safe. Have fun.
Well, if you're really and truely dedicated to us, you would come to
our homes and build our cabinets for us.... we wouldn't have to
trouble ourselves searching the internet for you.
Good to see you again.
Can I come, too? I lived in Lafayette, and Carencro for a total of about
eight years. The fishing in the Atchafalays swamps, and the food is among
the best of both that there is. The girls are cute, too.
Hell yeah! How about March 5, 6, 7, 8th. Arriving on Friday, the
4th, is no problem, either. Long weekend, here, extends thru Tuesday,
the 8th (Mardi Gras day). Can either cook on side of the road or buy,
either is convenient and good food to be had either way. Besides the
cabinets, if you get tired of the festivities, you can enjoy cleaning
& straightening my shop. There's always something to do, work or
Should have nice weather, too. Historically, we have 8 days of
freezing weather a year (we've met that quota), plant our spring/
summer gardens on March 1st (after the last frost), and those
"joggers" will have started their treks in front of the house (city
park 1 block away).
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