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  1. Ann… you wonderful woman! I learned many things, not the least of which is that I need to pay attention to the length of bolts I get. 😀 Thank you for this. I’m watching for more. Sarah is inspiring me to let my freak go and you are inspiring me to pick up the tools I fear might hurt me and go for the big results. Patiently awaiting your next post.

  2. I am in need of your expert advice, my wise and wonderful guru of all things maniacally needful.

    I have purchased a small bearing, I also have the wood and the cups I plan to use. I have a drill and am relatively certain that i can manage to drill the cups without ruination happening.

    The bearing attaches to the wood in a very… ummm… frustratingly close space. By this I mean that the heads of regular screws are likely to meet and will break the spinny spinny action. Have you ever used a bought bearing and it's easier than it looks to me and am I just being a weenie because I've never done it?

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