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Our New Kitchen

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  1. Vince

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    Carol is annoyed at me! We've bought a new kitchen for me to install but now thinks I won't be able to do it because (and not done on purpose), I have just had the bad news that I have a "Inquinal" hernia that will require surgery and 6 weeks light duties...... (yeah right, 5 days max).

    Trying to reassure her I'll get it done sooner rather than later.
     
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      I've installed thousands Vince if you need any advice shout up.
       
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        Thanks Martin, I'm an ex kitchen fitter, still have most of my old tools and jigs so should be ok.
         
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          I will leave you with it then Vince, i used to do showrooms down your way a few years ago.
           

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