Holiday Wish List: The Sequel
I’ve said it before; when I ask a question of the eZine faithful, you folks really come through for me. This time was no exception. And, with the reception of the epistle below, you’ve managed to open up a whole new venue for the Woodworker’s Journal … our dating service! Attend:
I look forward to receiving the Woodworkers Journal eZine every two weeks. Your latest article asking what I would like for Christmas compelled me to write. This year I would really like a single, good-looking man between the ages of 29-36 who likes woodworking and comes with some of his own tools. I am especially interested in a guy who has a drill press and/or a newer style table saw. I am a 33-year-old professional pilot who enjoys the outdoors, cooking, sewing, furniture refinishing and woodworking. I am attractive and energetic, and I already have a router, belt sander, random orbital sander and a scroll saw. Take care and have a good Christmas.
For more of your “more traditional” holiday wish lists, go to our reader’s response page. And to all of you who regularly grace us by reading these pages, the staff at the Woodworker’s Journal wishes you a happy holiday season and a peaceful new year.
– Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
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