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    I decided to recuperate for a week in San Antonio visiting daughter & grandchildren. It was a wonderful week. My hand is still on the mend and I have a feeling it will be some time before I can use my thumb & forefinger together. Which makes it difficult putting the blade in those tiny holes. But I'll figure it out. After all, I have 8 shows in 12 weeks starting this week-end!!! Should be interesting!!!

    How do you know when it's hot in Texas? When the cactus wilt!!!
    Betty

    "Congress needs to realize it is a government of the people, by the people and for the people. Not of the people, by the people and for Congress." - Dr. Benjamin Carson, Pediatric Neurosurgeon, Johns Hopkins Hospital

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    Darn Betty, with that many shows and you being on the mend, I sure hope you have a helper....and that's just for the set up and tear down....I remember when I had my right rotator cuff rebuilt and had to use the scroll saw. We have a business making a selling animal art items, and the large items the wife could cut, but when it came to the small magnets, she was all thumbs...so here I am using my left hand to scroll and using the right hand as a hold down...all the time not moving the right shoulder....that was not fun....and now I am getting ready to have the operation again.....yep, I did NOT listen to the Doctors!!
    Hawaiilad
    Larry

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    • #3
      Betty, glad you a good week in Texas--sounds like the visit was just the good medicine you needed. Were you kidding about cactus wilting? Can't imagine that kind of heat. But seriously, how in the world are you going to do so many shows while you're still on the mend? I don't think I could do that even with all my parts working! I hope you have some good help, at least with the setups.

      And Larry, shame on you for not listening to the doctors. After one rotator cuff surgery, I try hard not to have to repeat that experience. Took me a full year to get everything working properly again. Don't want to go through that again if I can help it.

      Good luck with your shows, Betty, and here's a bunch of good energy heading your way to get those fingers moving the way they should!
      Carole

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      • #4
        Betty you are a trooper I must say. Glad you had a chance to visit, grand kids have a way of recharging our systems huh. Best of luck with your fall schedule. I just have 4 shows between now and Christmas and I'm already behind...LOL
        "Still Montana Mike"

        "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
        Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC

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