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Old 08-11-2017, 09:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Some of the last batch of blue line serpentines. The officers I give these to are very surprised at the sentiment. It's a good feeling to let them know we appreciate the tough job they have.
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Those are beautiful pens with an ever better sentiment. If you are willing to share how you do these, I'd like to make a few to hand out. If you prefer to not tell, I'm okay with that too. I understand. Thanks.
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Those are very nice.
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Excellent Pens Terry,
I Love your Serpentine Blue Line Blanks, so Symbolic of their Tasks, Seldom in a straight Line, but full of Bends, and Curves, that takes them in all Directions.
Fantastic Turning, Fits and Finishes,
Congratulations on Showing them that you Do Care and Appreciate what the Do For US.
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You are the master of serpentine pens. They look great.
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