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Thread: Thank you Paul, from the bottom of my heart

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    Thank you Paul, from the bottom of my heart

    I received this gift in the mail today from Paul Douglass, a man with a heart of gold and who knows where the hearts of others lie. This was such a surprise and is one of the greatest and most heart warming gifts I have ever received. Thanks just doesn't cover it. Jan was in tears when I showed her. Beautiful scroll saw work! This is going in a place of honor on my mantle. I love this forum!

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    Beautiful on all counts!!!
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    Show me another hangout where this sort of thing goes on. That's just too cool for words.
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    Wow, I'm almost in tears and I never met Lokai except through postings here. Paul you did a beautiful job on both the piece and the gesture.
    Darren

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    Quote Originally Posted by glenn bradley View Post
    Show me another hangout where this sort of thing goes on. That's just too cool for words.
    Agreed!
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    What Glenn said. Well done, Paul!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darren Wright View Post
    Wow, I'm almost in tears and I never met Lokai except through postings here. Paul you did a beautiful job on both the piece and the gesture.
    Same here.
    Beautiful in every way.
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    A wonderful gift generously given and gratefully received....don't get no better.

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    Now that's what it's all about. Great job Paul I know this will last a life time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Calver View Post
    A wonderful gift generously given and gratefully received....don't get no better.
    Agreed ^, can't put it in words any better....
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