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PostPosted: Tue Feb 23, 2010 12:06 pm 
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Fantastic work!

I do so love Cherry.



Best wishes on your impending surgery, and subsequent recovery!

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That is a VERY good looking bed!!! Nice work! 8) You have every right to be proud and I'm sure it will be loved and used for a very long time.

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LOVE IT, AG!!!!! If I had seen this one before I bought my bed a few years ago, I can tell you that I would have this one :roll:

Take care with your upcoming surgery....and, yes, you can type one handed, so please keep in touch.

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That is just beautiful. It was very thoughtful of you to build a nice shiny new bed to recuperate in. Smart, very smart :-D


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Hey all, what do you think that bed is worth? Just wondering what you folks get for your work.

I built it for my Niece to match the Dresser I built for her. Got $638 in material cost (includes 20% shop supplies) and will give to her at cost. Am getting tired of doing that even for family! :mad:

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Wow that turned out really nice, I bet you will be ready for a break to bad it has to be for surgery.

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Hey all, what do you think that bed is worth?

You loving built it for your niece. It's priceless.

I'm completely serious.

I'd be glad to share other thoughts about pricing, but let's not muddle up your wonderful progress thread with such meanderings, eh? :D

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