A mystery package arrived at the post office !I was wracking my brain because I could not remember if I had ordered anything that would ship to the PO.When I got the package I was even more puzzled because it only had the senders last name and zip...
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Location: Eastern Ct
For the past 14 years, my work home has been in the operating room at the hospital. 12 years as a surgical technologist (usually with my hands inside of someone), and after returning to school at the age of forty, became an RN in the same hospital operating room. I did do one year as a psych nurse and loved it. You know what they say... takes one to know one ! LOL
My early work years included Draftsman @ Pratt and Whitney, HVAC mechanic for my husbands business, and trial parts inspection at a local casting foundry. WOW guess I've been around. My brain is very mechanically inclined, and I'm always designing, or as I call it... pondering.
My husband and I have two beautiful grown girls, the second is almost out on her own.
With all that said, I now have time to do things I've always wanted to do but wasn't able to because of finances and demands of children. I've been buying tools like some women buy shoes, I can't have enough.
-- Imagination rules the world. ~ Napoleon Bonaparte ~ http://quiltedwood.com
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I have two 1930’s Walker Turner 24” scroll saws I am refurbishing to use in my shop.After days of scrubbing and polishing I thought there had to be an easier way.Found how to build your own electrolysis unit on the web, and made one fo...
The @28th Annual Wood Working Show in Springfield has come to a close.This years show was spectacular ! If you weren’t able to make it, you missed out on a lot of good information, tool discounts, instructionals, and meeting people from all...
About two weeks ago Hopdevil posted a question to the forum about shelving he had seen in the Martha Stewart Magazine. It is called birds beak shelving.Well thank you Hopdevil, a gun went off in my head. This would be the perfect project for the T...
She is all aligned X, Y, and Z.It wasn’t as difficult as I thought it would be to align.I was dragging my feet because I don’t enjoy calibrating machinery.Alignment was simple and only took me less than 45 minutes. The table top...