No matter how many _____ I own.......

Margot Lane

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Nothing…less is more for me. Maybe catfood, as my guy is on pred and always always HUNGRY. Maybe cordless tools, but it’s not like an impulse.
 

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and SWAMBO’s Neela
They named a car after my cat! :biggrin:

I can never have enough plants, garden statues (almost always second-hand), pots, compost, anything garden-y.
And for some reason I can never turn down a good pair of kitchen scissors.
 

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Tools. It always seems that whenever a new project comes along, it requires a tool that I don't already have. For instance, now I need edge clamps for a bench I'm building.
Yeah, tools should have been my response too as I do have a collection. Cordless saw coming for Christmas, because just think of all the times that will be handy.
 

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Stuff I remember being $3.99 a yard is now $9.99 a yard, or more. :(
I just counted, and I have 168 recyclable K-cup coffee's in my pantry. So I guess coffee goes on the list. :lol:
me too.. I am quite the hoarder of K-cups. I really need to go into my 'stash' before I buy any more; or even buy a cup of coffee....
 

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what does this too do? Oh, I think I know and I have one, use it to cut through wood, little blade at end. I do also have a roto zip, a dremel, angle grinder, etc.
It's mainly a saw, but the blades only oscillate in a narrow arc. There are other blades available for ceramics and where you might encounter small nails, and also for detail sanding. I got mine, a Rockwell Sonicrafter, when installing the floating floor in our living/dining room. I used it to undercut the plinth blocks and other trim around doorways. The ability to make plunge cuts, as well as work in tight areas makes it worth it's weight in gold.
 

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Yeah, tools should have been my response too as I do have a collection. Cordless saw coming for Christmas, because just think of all the times that will be handy.
Cordless CHAINsaw? Have been ogling those. Let me know how it goes…I’m still chicken. One bad knothole bump and you need a big bandaid.
 

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Cordless CHAINsaw? Have been ogling those. Let me know how it goes…I’m still chicken. One bad knothole bump and you need a big bandaid.
No, I already have a cordless chain saw. It really came in handy last spring when I had a major pine branch drop. They do not take the place of full size chainsaws, which I am too scared to own, but saved me alot of hand sawing.

What I am getting for Christmas is a battery operated reciprocal saw, which can take a limb pruning blade. I have had a electric saws all but they are very big and heavy. I have a bunch of Ryobi tools and 18v batteries and the new saw will work with those.
 

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me too.. I am quite the hoarder of K-cups. I really need to go into my 'stash' before I buy any more; or even buy a cup of coffee....
I hoard them, because if a surprise snow storm would hit, I'd be fine without a lot of things but NOT without my coffee! I even have a back up Keurig at all times in case my current one stops working. I think I have a problem. :lol:
 
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