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Relationship Based On Mutual Love Of Woodcrafts

NEW CASTLE, IN–Jonathan and Tamara Wilcox, married for six years, have built a rewarding, loving relationship on the solid foundation of a shared love of woodcrafts. "For Tamara and I, there's nothing better than spending a Saturday afternoon together lacquering a birdfeeder or napkin holder," said Jonathan, putting the finishing touches on a wooden "The Wilcoxes" sign for the front of their home Sunday. "Before I met her, I was just sanding mail organizers all by myself." Tamara shared his enthusiasm, gushing, "I forgot how wonderful life could be until Jonathan showed me how to build and varnish a magazine rack."