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Signtist
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Re: Today ...

Postby Signtist » Thu Feb 16, 2017 12:28 pm

I said this about my wife back before Christmas.
Signtist wrote:She's also getting a new kitchen, floor, window, ceiling fan, etc put in right now. Too many projects, so little time.
Well, it's done. A bit of trim to go yet. She won the kitchen from a local company in a Facebook contest. Several of you voted for us, no doubt, we are very grateful. Here is what I did as a "Thank You" to Chervin Kitchen & Bath, we just delivered it to them Monday night. It's 24" square glass with mirrored accents, glue chipped, gilded with 18 and 23k gold, and variegated gold. It has mother of pearl accents as well So much fun to do!.

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For those of you who saw it on Facebook, I apologize for chewing my cabbage twice!
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MaxPC
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Re: Today ...

Postby MaxPC » Thu Feb 16, 2017 3:29 pm

Signtist wrote:I said this about my wife back before Christmas.
Signtist wrote:She's also getting a new kitchen, floor, window, ceiling fan, etc put in right now. Too many projects, so little time.
Well, it's done. A bit of trim to go yet. She won the kitchen from a local company in a Facebook contest. Several of you voted for us, no doubt, we are very grateful. Here is what I did as a "Thank You" to Chervin Kitchen & Bath, we just delivered it to them Monday night. It's 24" square glass with mirrored accents, glue chipped, gilded with 18 and 23k gold, and variegated gold. It has mother of pearl accents as well So much fun to do!.

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For those of you who saw it on Facebook, I apologize for chewing my cabbage twice!

Outstanding :up:

The shortest path to a woman's heart is a new kitchen - according to my wife :D
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Wade
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Re: Today ...

Postby Wade » Thu Feb 16, 2017 8:25 pm

Got invited to a Sabbath celebration. Twelve Tribes farm is about five to ten minutes from us.
They are always pleasant to talk too and it is nice seeing others who are different too, when in public.
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Heirbyadoption
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Re: Today ...

Postby Heirbyadoption » Fri Feb 17, 2017 10:01 am

Wade, I don't know your level of connection or relationship with any of them, so I mean this kindly, but having interacted with a few of them personally, are you at all familiar with their group, their history, or their teachings?
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Wade
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Re: Today ...

Postby Wade » Fri Feb 17, 2017 10:20 am

Heirbyadoption wrote:Wade, I don't know your level of connection or relationship with any of them, so I mean this kindly, but having interacted with a few of them personally, are you at all familiar with their group, their history, or their teachings?


I looked into it a bit before and have never been interested since. They are just nice to us but so are lots of people. Sorry if I gave the wrong impression.
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lesterb
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Re: Today ...

Postby lesterb » Sat Feb 18, 2017 5:01 pm

Two of my daughters are on their way to Mexico today, to help at a ministry called Outreach for Jesus. One of them had an interesting experience, going through security. She took off her shoes and put them on a tray to run through the scanner. When it came out the other end, one of her shoes was missing, and no one could find it. They ended up shutting down security and everyone trying to find her shoe. Even some other passengers were helping. Apparently it somehow fell out of the tray it was in and managed to get caught between two rollers and drop into the machine somewhere.

Pretty funny. I hope they got a picture.
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Robert
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Re: Today ...

Postby Robert » Sat Feb 18, 2017 5:43 pm

lesterb wrote:Two of my daughters are on their way to Mexico today, to help at a ministry called Outreach for Jesus. One of them had an interesting experience, going through security. She took off her shoes and put them on a tray to run through the scanner. When it came out the other end, one of her shoes was missing, and no one could find it. They ended up shutting down security and everyone trying to find her shoe. Even some other passengers were helping. Apparently it somehow fell out of the tray it was in and managed to get caught between two rollers and drop into the machine somewhere.

Pretty funny. I hope they got a picture.

Brings a whole new meaning to Shoe Fly Pie. :lol:
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MaxPC
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Re: Today ...

Postby MaxPC » Sat Feb 18, 2017 5:45 pm

lesterb wrote:Two of my daughters are on their way to Mexico today, to help at a ministry called Outreach for Jesus. One of them had an interesting experience, going through security. She took off her shoes and put them on a tray to run through the scanner. When it came out the other end, one of her shoes was missing, and no one could find it. They ended up shutting down security and everyone trying to find her shoe. Even some other passengers were helping. Apparently it somehow fell out of the tray it was in and managed to get caught between two rollers and drop into the machine somewhere.

Pretty funny. I hope they got a picture.

We'll add prayers for you daughters' ministry, Lester. God bless them for doing the Lord's work. I'm glad they found the shoe too. :D
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