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Thursday, January 31, 2008

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Hi Linda-
I know you don't want to read this - but you can add me to the list of those who enjoy your journal entries just as much as I enjoy Howard's. Maybe you could start your own blog(just on blogspot etc) separately from this sight and only post when you want to. You could focus on any subject you wanted.
Have to admire Howard for keeping us all informed and glad he's enjoying his "vacation" from the journal. Hope it hasn't become too much of a j*b! Also happy to hear his dad's doing much better.

Good Morning Linda,
Sounds like your keeping busy while Howard is gone. Know you will be glad when he gets back. It's nice for you knowing you have support from your fellow workers while he is gone. Just another plus about this lifestyle. Everyone is always there to help if needed. Tell HOward hi when you talk to him. Have a good one.

Linda,

Actually, where I live, we not only have "shop" class (called woodworking now), but we also have auto mechanics, CAD (drafting computerized), metal work, carpentry, construction, welding, and Culinary Arts (what I teach). In fact there is so much choice that it is unbelievable!

Maybe some pictures next time of your creations would be fun to see?

Take care

Sorry Linda, but I have to say I have enjoyed your journal entries a lot! I like Howie's also, but yours have been great. Have a good one.

Linda, creating the snake puzzles sounds like fun! It's very interesting to hear about the different duties you & H have as volunteers, and making snakes isn't a duty I had ever considered! Anticipating that I will both work & volunteer on the road, I enjoy reading about all the duties you encounter.

Hey Linda,

Another fine entry. Who is this Howard you keep referring to?

Fox

Linda, I have to laugh about you in shop class. In "my" day, it was called Home Economics and all we got to do was cook and sew! Only the boys got to play with tools.

Hugs,
Ellie

Linda, your writing is wonderful. Glad to hear that Howards dad is doing better.
I did not realize woodworking was one of your talents. Making sawdust is one of my passions and I know it will be difficult to sell my shop when Carol and I go fulltime. It is good to know that there are places along the road where woodworkers can get their sawdust fix. I would love to see the photos of the snakes. What a cool project.

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