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    It is hard to console you so close to the event Sue, but rest assured that most of us have had our share of disasters.
    On the bright side: if you decide to start again, it will be much quicker and easier the second time around. Dennis.

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    Oh no, bless you, I really feel for you. I seem mess pieces up at the final stages on a not so irregular basis so know how upsetting and frustrating it is, but obviously even more so for you given how special this is. I really hope you have time before the special day to sort something. Karen

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    I have done my fair share of late night early morning "remakes" because of split second lapse in concentration, so I know how you feel the hardest bit is
    picking up and starting again, but once you do it all goes well (usually)

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    Thanks for all your kind comments - I’m a little late responding as I’ve been doing what I can with it. There are some battle scars which I can’t get out, and the foot is a little short now as I had to cut a little off the the bottom - it’s not a great pic, but here it is
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    Maybe this pic is a little better - Iím rubbish at pics!
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    Although flawed, itís amazing as not long ago it looked as though it had been run over by a car!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joella View Post
    Itís amazing as not long ago it looked as though it had been run over by a car!
    Fabulous rescue operation Sue. Congratulations.

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    Great resurrection !!

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    What a wonderful job you have done Sue, I'm so pleased for you and your daughter will be over the moon with her bowl. Well done you !!!
    Jules

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    Oh, it is just beautiful and has a story behind it too now, even if it was all very stressful for you. Might sound a little daft but if it was me, I'd love it even more with what has happened. Such a beautiful job. Karen

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