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Great diary, Metavision!  I've always wanted to learn carpentry.  When I was about 7 or 8, I found a block of wood in the garage and then sat on the front steps of the house with an inch wide chisel and a hammer (metal hammer, not a mallett) and decided to do a carving.  I managed to knock some little shapes rather noisily out of the wood until I had a picture of a house on the seafront with a boat drifting off to the horizon.  That's what I saw anyway.  It took a very long time and I was extremely proud of it.

It seems to me that your efforts may well be much more productive. I'm glad you are enjoying it.  I also enjoy going to classes because the mix of new people is great.  You often don't get to meet such a diversity of people like you can at evening or adult learning classes.

by In Wales (inwales aaat eurotrib.com) on Sat Oct 6th, 2007 at 04:04:41 PM EST

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