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  1. ACA529
    03-Nov-2011 10:02 PM
    ACA529
    Hi Gabriel. Thanks for accepting my friend request.
  2. Wino
    13-Dec-2010 12:23 AM
    Wino
    Gabriel, sorry to hear of Gene's passing. Wish you the best.
  3. aida33
    04-Mar-2010 04:09 PM
    aida33
    is very nice to meet you. aida love your craftwork! Very good. happy to meet you. ok.
  4. wladicus
    08-Mar-2009 10:54 PM
    wladicus
    Hi Gabriel,
    How is everything going?
    I have been away for a few months, and just re-establishing contact.
    Have a nice day.
    walt
  5. Drabdr
    27-Dec-2008 08:28 PM
    Drabdr
    Well, instead of hijacking the Christmas thread more than it already has, I decided to use visitor message.

    For the hours, I was interested in how many classes (six hours, nine hours, etc.)

    As far as styles of teaching, are they lecture, test solely from lecture, interactive, textbook/ test bank, etc. Each professor has a different style, generates tests differently, etc.
  6. twinofangelize56
    16-Dec-2008 08:01 AM
    twinofangelize56
    And I hope for you the same! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
  7. twinofangelize56
    15-Dec-2008 06:11 PM
    twinofangelize56
    Just doing a *hug* run. *hugs*
  8. Farmgirl22
    07-Nov-2008 04:49 PM
    Farmgirl22
    Thanks for the info! I was thinking about starting to make my own soap, but didn't know if I could use the same stuff or if I needed separate utensils (though, I was fairly confident I'd need separate) after watching the videos on about.com.

    Do you think it's cheaper to make your own or buy it at the store? What are some of the advantages to making your own?
  9. Farmgirl22
    07-Nov-2008 04:26 PM
    Farmgirl22
    Can you use your normal kitchen utensils to make those, or do you have to have separate ones? i was watching a vid of it, and they used a stick mixer--I've got one, but I don't want to ruin it so that I can't use it for cooking anymore.
  10. Farmgirl22
    07-Nov-2008 03:59 PM
    Farmgirl22
    Gabriel, do you make things like candles and soaps?

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  • About Gabriel
    Location
    Home sweet home
    About Me
    I have moved back to my hometown.
    I'm going back to school and loving it.
    Taking the Natural Sciences Curriculum.
    Still doing my leatherwork.
    Interests
    Learning to use my camera, a little writing.
    Occupation
    Are You Kidding....Life is Work
    Experience
    Can Follow Directions
    Computer Specs
    Dell Vostro 1500, Intel[R] Corel[TM] 2 DUO CPU t5270@1.40 GHz, 1.99GB RAM

    XP Home Edition
    2002 SP2
    Did my SP3 Upgrade

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