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Old 11-19-2008, 01:33 AM  
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I've moved onto yet another assignment requested by my wife (wet bar converted to work cubby area) and I am pretty much on auto-pilot thus far. The demo, drywall, and can lights were done very fast and w/o thinking too much. That must mean I've learned a lot here and done well enough on my prior projects. I still have some work ahead on this project but it's already played thru my head to completion. Feeling confident here!


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Old 11-19-2008, 06:50 AM  
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Sounds like your makin some good progress. I have noticed since being on this forum I can type faster than ever before, we all learn something.

And sharing those experiences has helped others, that's the best part.
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