Sentiment With Home Project in Another Entry ;-)

  • March 15, 2023, 11:21 a.m.
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I was the last person in the USA to inspect wood for the manufacture of wooden ladders. Maybe that is one of a few reasons I have deleted my account on here a few times. Don’t want people to groan, “oh that sonofabitch is going down memory lane again”. Over the years inspecting ladder wood material and doing many other jobs at the Michigan Ladder company, I was able to take some material home. Using it up slowly. I get a flood of memory or 43 years wood inspecting when I see and touch wood from my old work place. A DEEP emotional impact. I am getting over it, slowly.

I have had a platform for plants in my end or front window of my mobile home for years. Decided to use a thick old desktop with some other wood to make what I hope is a better platform. Video below is some of that.

Vlad Dracula 6 days ago

And here I thought you changed accounts to out run those of us who have added you as a friend or maybe it's to give us exercise in chasing you around pb lol

Scott Vlad Dracula ⋅ 6 days ago

I find my story boring after going over it again and if I got issues with any motherfuckers on here we can block them. IF someone got issues with about anything in my life? One sorry muthafucka desperate for some bitching. Fuckem ;-) You and a bunch of others on here are some cool folks I like. You need to talk about some stuff hit me on FB. I also use this site to try to stop writing and saying "motherfucker and sonofabitches". Obviously not working! ;-) Hoping as always you and your loved and tolerated ones are all doing well :-) Oh I like that! "Loved and tolerated!"

J.E. 5 days ago

Aren't you a little old to be touching your wood? 😂

Scott J.E. ⋅ 5 days ago

And you have a nice day too. May you and your mother have a peaceful coexistence and may you find much good stuff to eat, some happiness in life, and always good health.
Take care kid ;-)

J.E. Scott ⋅ 5 days ago

Thank you Scott.

Scott J.E. ⋅ 5 days ago

We cool :-)

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