A gift for Normas mother.

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A gift for Normas mother.

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We made a mothers day gift for Normas mother today, my mother passed in 2001.

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Very nice Pitchy. Once again your talent and imagination impress me.
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Awful sweet, Lenn. Hope Norma's Mom is tickled.
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Great keepsakes, very nicely done Lenn........ :D
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Pretty cool; she will like that better than anything store-bought for sure.

My mother passed away 20 years ago, so the only 'mother' in the household right now is my wife.

One year I got my wife an ironing board for Mother's Day.
I thought it was a step-up over the broom I got her the year before
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Thanks gents and the price is right too. :)
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Nice work, buddy. Very thoughtful too. Those are the gifts that mean the most.
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That's wonderful! Happy Mothers Day to all the Moms around our fires, where would we be without them?
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Grizz wrote:
Sat May 11, 2019 4:43 pm
That's wonderful! Happy Mothers Day to all the Moms around our fires, where would we be without them?
Thanks guys and plus one Grizz.
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That cross looks to have been made from silver spoons. Nicely done.
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Thanks piller, naw just stainless. :)
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It looks nice anyway.
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Great stuff as always Lenn!!
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Neat stuff -- well done Lenn!

Again, your skills and creativity AMAZE us.

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Obviously a gift from the heart, Pitchy - Good on you ! ! . :)


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I'm sure her heart will melt Len. Nothing says I love you like a gift from the heart.
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Lovely Lenn. We're having a brunch for the Mothers in our church family tomorrow and I made two platters of deviled eggs tonight. The side split on one of them and I had to eat my mistake. Boy it was GOOD!
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Thanks fellers she loved them. :)
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The Spoon handle Cross really is ingenious use of leftover parts.
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Thanks Todd. :)
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