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April 30, 2008

ToolGirls A-go-go!

Mag_ruffman_jacqueline_betterton2 I really had fun recently doing Rogers Daytime with George Tsioutsioulas and Jacqueline Betterton (that's Jacqueline on the left holding the jigsaw) and it gave me a chance to visit my home town - Richmond Hill, Ontario - and stop by Joe's Hamburgers for the best falafel this side of the Atlantic!



Saweet, Im glad that you two had a great time! Thank you for sharing the picks!


Dear Mag,
Thanks for the wonderful photo. I am so happy to see you looking so well and clearly having a good time. I wish you the best that life has to offer.


In this picture you two look like your getting ready to have a jigsaw duel, lol. Im really glad you that you got a chance to vist your hometown though, and got to eat burgers. I want burgers, what? they're good!

take care

Tina Gleisner, Everyone's Handywoman

Mag, I'm glad I found your site & glad to pass along a good tool lead plus a fun video which I've posted to my blog http://homeowners.4walls1roof.com/2008/12/07/decorating-new…e-hanging-tool).


I did click your video site and it says error 404 not found.
take care Abi

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