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Hello good people,
I have good news and bad news…
The good news — I’ve resumed building easels. I’m presently nearing completion on a large batch of model 266 wall easels. I’ll follow that with another batch of model 366 wall easels.
The bad news — my wife Cindy has thyroid cancer. We got the diagnosis just days after I returned to my woodworking shop full time. She has since had a thyroidectomy and as I type this, she’s in isolation after receiving radioactive iodine. Over the next few weeks, we will learn more about what comes next. Cindy is a warrior and she is determined to win this fight. I will be right by her side.
As you might imagine, this means there is quite a bit of uncertainty in our personal lives. I will be making easels for the foreseeable future, but there will likely be some limits on how many custom orders I can take on for a while.
Thank you for your support and understanding.
Hi Jason. I’m so sorry about your wife. Praying for a positive outcome and healing.
I wanted to get a wall easel from you. My sister lives in Roanoke and could easily pick one up for me. Do you still have one available?
Really glad to hear that you are back making easels, I’ve been waiting for so long. But really sad and sorry to hear about your wife. My thoughts are she is going to fight this like a champion and win. I myself won the cancer battle and am happy to say that I am in full remission. It is not a joy ride by far, but I’m convinced she will beat this and come out strong, and be grateful that she decided to fight ! My thoughts and prayers go towards her winning. 💪
Regarding the easels, I would to buy a 366 wall easel, how can I order that or be first on your list ? Please ?
Keep smiling, having positive thoughts and be there for each other !
I am a cancer survivor too, Jason. Sending your wife good thoughts and prayers. Your easels are beautiful and I would be proud to own one when you have inventory. All the best, Julie
I am so sorry to hear of Cindy’s new battle. Praying for her healing.
Let me know if there’s anyway I might help either of you. I’m a stage IV survivor.