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@ #9 Good advice on not endangering others with sharp objects, as much as possible I keep my hobby junk localized and separate from my husband's space. The cat is the one who has to watch out since he claims the entire house as his space although he gets evicted from certain places at certain times for his own good. He finds the motion of yarn fascinating so he tends to get in the way.

Teacherman, glad that your wife has better work hours--that really makes a difference.

@ #10 Tagit, great news! Glad that kitchen remodeling is at the forefront rather than health concerns.(Hope you get that fishing rod.)Thank God! It makes a nice change!

@ #11 Valyooo, conviction with knowledge is crucial. Every investor should to be aware of his or her own limitations and areas of competence. Mine is not penny stocks, so I limit how much I put into embryonic companies with great potential.

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