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:)Hello All,
Lefleur here. Who says you can't teach an old dog new tricks?? I am in my prime and just starting to learn how to print on shirts. Is 56 too old? Heck no I will work at it with all my might. I may have to ask a lot of questions tho'. Hope I find the right areas to ask in which to ask.:confused::eek:
 

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:)Thank you I may need all the help i can get but this is truly remarkble adventure I have wanted to do since i was a lot younger Now my grandkids are catching the fever and helpin me out.
 

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Age is just a number, Lynne. Good luck with your new business and ask and ask and ask. Here at the forum you will find members eager to help.
 

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Thanks everyone I am going to try my hand at mugs also. Tackled mouse pads already and the fever is getting worse lol. I love creating something new just to see how it turns out. I love this forum already.
 

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Hi Lynne, lots a good folks here to help you out, welcome aboard..
..I gotta ask a stoopid question..are you from Quebec?
 

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:)Hello All,
Lefleur here. Who says you can't teach an old dog new tricks?? I am in my prime and just starting to learn how to print on shirts. Is 56 too old? Heck no I will work at it with all my might. I may have to ask a lot of questions tho'. Hope I find the right areas to ask in which to ask.:confused::eek:
56?
Your just a kid!
It's never too late to learn something new, that is what will keep you forever young.
Nvr2Old
 
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