Welcome to Workshop @Trying. It's great to have you join the community. I'm sure you'll discover plenty of useful information, tips and advice from other community members for your projects. Many thanks for joining us and for introducing yourself. I'm looking forward to seeing more of your posts soon and reading more about your projects.
You & I are going to get along just fine kid, life's great, but it shouldn't stop us poking fun at it. : )
I'm looking forward to more of your sense of humour.
I love the 'she-shed' comment ha-ha
Hubby and I were just discussing funeral insurance again a few days ago, something we must do soon!!!
Hope you enjoy this workshop forum as much as I have been.
Hi Baretta 11,thanks for the welcome - and I'm already loving this forum. Great to connect with so many friendly people who all have something in common - the desire to create a comfortable home for themselves and their family. Gotta love Australia. Cheers P.S. Get that funeral insurance before your next birthday or the price will go up. Ha ha.
Yes, been talking about funeral insurance for some time now but will go a slightly different path with a prepaid. A one of fee at todays price, the money is invested by the funeral company and so our funeral arrangements will be complete.
My mother in law did this many years ago and it worked perfectly. I guess the only difference is paying the money up front, where as most insurance plans nowadays have you paying monthly, very suitable if you are a pensioner for example.
We're farmers and although I don't protest to be rich, we can afford to pay a lump sum but if we change our minds, we'll take your advice on board.
Next birthday is in Sept for both of us, so we'll try to be sorted out by then ha-ha
Have a great day.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY SWEETHEART : )
OOOOPS, wrong sweetheart.
See, this is exactly what happens to me when I try to be smart, but what I do know is that this blooper is going to cost me big time. : (
By the way, you look gorgeous as always Trying ... grovel ... grovel. Did that work?
Hi Frances. My husband and I run women's workshops in Brisbane in basic power tool and timber construction and creating with pallets, plus we've got quite a few others planned. Let me know if you are interested and I can send you some info. It's all about building confidence. Meg