Friday, June 12, 2015

Friday Randoms



The young man of the house has been busy setting up his Facebook page for his knife making business and taking commissions.  Here are a couple of his latest works.


Wedding fails from Twitter, can be found right here.  


Photos of the week, you ask?  Right here.  


I've actually been a bit absent from the blog-o-sphere this week.  Details forthcoming of our family adventures.


Sending you off into the weekend with a talented songstress.  



Linking up with Tanya today.....




24 comments:

  1. Now that's an interesting hobby/business. I'd be interesting to see how it works....:)

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  2. This Tweets are funny/ Love the Ring Bear. Pictures of the week sure bring our world close together and seem smaller. Good job to your son and his hard work. Anxious to see more of his work.

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  3. Hi Michelle, Hope you will give us a link to the young man's knife business. I enjoyed the week in 37 photos. The photo of Carly is interesting and makes me wonder what you think about this business of men becoming women? My spouse likes to watch ET and they have spent a lot of time lately on Ms. Jenner. Have a good weekend!

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  4. Wishing your son all the best in his new business.
    Quite the talent!

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  5. His knives are amazing. I've been a bit absent too. Trying to catch up. xo Laura

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  6. I just got through butchering chickens this morning and use a short skinning knife like those only mine is more pointed. Those would have worked well though probably designed for larger jobs than a chicken. I use a skinning knife because I don't pluck the birds but skin them. We freeze the breasts and are cooking the rest of the meat to where it will come off the bone and then can it for things like chicken and rice. His knives look nice and I can tell they are sharp just by looking at them.

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  7. Beautiful knives! He's got some talent there!

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  8. Very nice- I wish him well with his new business.

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  9. Congrats to the young man of the house on those awesome knives.

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  10. I really admire your son's knife making skills! I will go check out his page. I knew a woman who worked for a knife maker, doing amazing etchings on the blades for him. I so wished I'd ordered one. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  11. Those look GREAT. I'm sending this post to my son. He makes knives, too. But mostly as gifts for his favorite people.

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  12. Talented son, those are great looking knifes. Blessings Francine.

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  13. You always have such interesting randoms, Michelle. Love that photo of Chris Christie at bat and the man tentatively reaching for a machete.

    Between Africa, seasonal move from Florida to Connecticut and then wifi problems in Connecticut, I have been pretty absent myself.

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  14. Look forward for the 'family adventure' stories.

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  15. Beautiful talent that your son has......Wishing him well on his talents. Enjoy a Blessed Weekend.

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  16. Wonderful hobby/career. Does he need deer antlers to make handles with?

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  17. What a talented young man! His knives look wonderful! The wedding fails were pretty funny. I loved the "Ring Bear" :-) Hope you had a great week...can't wait to hear!

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  18. Cool knives and sheath. Go forth and make $$$$$$$$$$.

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  19. Wow, those knives are amazing. I have a friend that would love them.

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  20. I made a few knives when I was younger, but nothing like these: bravo!

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