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Old 10-09-2012, 01:22 PM   #1
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I think it would be nice to have a section just for the gals here--we have a lot of creative members that do more than create new recipes! Any comments??
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If we have a "Ladies Only" than we have to have a "Mens Only" too....I think Mods cover most of the creative territory as I and other have posted decorating I have done
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I think it would be nice to have a section just for the gals here--we have a lot of creative members that do more than create new recipes! Any comments??
I have no doubt. There are times when women engage in traditionally "men" things, and men engage in traditionally "women" things. Classification could get rather confusing. Case in point, my current project - making curtains for our Sunny:


My wife likes to embroider, but I do power tools - like the sewing machine.

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Old 10-12-2012, 02:19 PM   #4
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I'm the power tool, gotta improve on it gal. Now I get to think of the "bright idea" and Gary has to do the chore, or at least until I get some decent energy/power back. My power tools would out power me right now, HAHA.

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Very nice job!

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I have no doubt. There are times when women engage in traditionally "men" things, and men engage in traditionally "women" things. Classification could get rather confusing. Case in point, my current project - making curtains for our Sunny:


My wife likes to embroider, but I do power tools - like the sewing machine.

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Well... I am the power tool-er AND the sew-er..but DH is a great assistant! Right now I am in woodworking mode improving on my cabinet door project in the Sunny...tomorrow is house stuff. Fast food for supper tonight!!
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