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post #1 of 5 Old 10-26-2019, 11:56 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks Y'all

I just want to say thank you to everyone on here. Since my stroke back in 2014 its been hard on me physically and memory wise. I got back in doing a little wood working and you folks have help me alot along the way. From y'alls posting projects to tool reviews and ideals. From a old friend of mine once said to me after my stroke " I forgotten more than alot has done" or some what :) my memory really messes with me at times :).

A lot of what I read on here has triggered some of the things I had forgotten and I do believe I had thanks a few on here for that. :)

So to one and all Thank You :).

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i'm not sure if I'm one of the ones who helped, but if I am, you're more than welcome.

Congratulations on getting back into some woodworking. Continue sparking those brain cells and keep that recovery going!
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I think sometimes we forget that just giving some encouragement is often as important as having the answer to every problem that comes up. We all work at different levels, some are happy just driving a couple screws to hold two boards together, others when they finally finish the piano bench, "nice work" is good to hear in both cases.
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i'm not sure if I'm one of the ones who helped, but if I am, you're more than welcome.

Congratulations on getting back into some woodworking. Continue sparking those brain cells and keep that recovery going!
Well anything that is posted and has help me and I do remember some of your posts that has help me :)

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Sir, just remember that successful rehabilitation doesnít mean you do everything you did; but everything you can. Good luck


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