Stripping away the rose colored glasses of denial concerning my reality. Getting in touch with truth. Reaching out to others in empathy concerning their reality and their walk to truth.

Thursday, April 23, 2015

T is for Tool bag





















Is it missing from your tool bag?
That sure is a drag!
Wrenches, hammers, nails, and screws.
Where's your list of "honey-dos"?


42 comments:

  1. That is about the size of my hubby's tool bag!

    betty

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    1. They're usually quite heavy. I broke my arm about two-three years ago and had a hard time dealing with the weight. I took an airline stewardess bag, on wheels with a retractable handle, and made my own tool bag. Works just fine for me.

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  2. I enjoy using power tools, but I'm scared of them at the same time :P

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    1. I think that's a smart attitude. I mean, you think nothing can happen but we know stuff does. A friend of mine was drilling when a mouse ran across his shop table. Surprise, and he dropped the drill, still running. He didn't get hurt but you never know.

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    2. Yeah there's such potential for accidents :P

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  3. screws and honey dos, such lovely words....

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  4. It's nice to have a handyman around, though an exterminator can also save the day! I'm totally useless with tools.

    Julie

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    1. Exterminator - I have a fly swatter that takes out the occasional spider. I love tools and I'm very good at reading all instructions. (smile).

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  5. I can never find the tools I need when I need them. maybe I should have a tool bag….

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    1. I use an airline steward's bag. It's on wheel, has multi-pockets... long handle... Love it!

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  6. A most important part of equipment Dixie. Well done.
    Yvonne.

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    1. Thank you, Yvonne. I'm sure you've been dealing with hanging frames and things since your move!

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  7. Those honey dos better come afterwards with thankful screws.

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  8. My hubby always laughs at my honey-do list, but he is actually pretty good of anticipating what needs to be done. Your little poems continue to delight, Dixie.

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    1. Thanks, Linda Kay - your hubby comments tickle me (smile).

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  9. I have a handyman at the cottage...
    He has all the right tools!
    enjoy your day!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. Makes you want to see the strong arms that lug that around... maybe?

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  11. That is one big toolbag. I think I'd need a honey before I give him a honey-to-do list. ;)

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    1. Oh no, Cherie. Sending you high hopes!!

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  12. This is one to totally share with my husband. He always has a long honey-do list and sure does love his tools.

    Good luck with the A to Z Challenge!
    A to Z Co-Host S. L. Hennessy
    http://pensuasion.blogspot.com/

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    1. I see there's a challenge on the challenge blog site... I'll check it out. Sow him my "S" day for shop bench - there's a simple layout for construction, if he likes to build stuff!

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    1. Thank you. I am so enjoying your movie theme!!!

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  14. All of your little poems are fun and clever. I am really enjoying them :)

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  15. Honey-dos !! Loved that. I wish I owned one such tool bag :)

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    1. It seems to have 'everything but the kitchen sink.' (an old expression.)
      I love your A-Z photo cards!

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  16. It's annoying when my tools wander off. I wish I had a tool bag like that...and someone else to fix stuff would be nice too!
    Thanks for stopping by the Untethered Realms blog today!
    River Fairchild – A to Z April Challenge
    Untethered Realms

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    1. Hi River. I'm trying not to miss any Untethered Realms - you guys are going great!!

      For a tool bag, I use an airline stewardess bag on wheels. Has lots of pockets. It's easy on my arm and shoulder.

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    2. O.o I never thought of a rolling bag! Thanks for the tip! :D

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    3. You're quite welcome. Thanks for stopping back by (smile).

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  17. I'm enjoying your poems. So glad I found your blog! New follower here. I'm stopping by from the "A to Z" challenge, and I look forward to visiting again!

    Sylvia
    www.writinginwonderland.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you, Sylvia; I am now following you. I cracked up over your A-Z on Dr. Seuss, Unexpected!!!

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  18. I can never find the hammer it seems...sigh...and I bought a pink one too. Thanks for another cute poem, Dixie!

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    1. My main hammer is in my rolling tool bag, but I keep an extra in the broom closet, hanging with the broom and mop. No one wants to sweep or mop, so they never find the hammer. LOL

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