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Reflections from my home office

The pandemic is affecting us all in different ways. Today we are publishing a new Kitchen Table Mingle blog (https://www.forkliftaction.com/news/newsdisplay.aspx?nwid=23198) that takes you from outback Australia to Malaga, Spain as Forkliftaction's Melissa and Maria reflect on life for them at the moment.
We'd love to hear your experiences. Write us a line here in this thread.
Or perhaps you would like to show us what the view to the outside world looks like 'out your window', email us a photo ('ktm at forkliftaction dot com' ), or if you are feeling creative maybe you could draw a picture :)...it's up to you.
  • Posted 16 Apr 2020 12:19
  • Discussion started by FLA_Rosie
  • Queensland, Australia
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Hi Douglas, best wishes from me too...don't forget to keep an eye on the Jobs notices on our website.
Cheers
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  • Posted 20 Apr 2020 21:33
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  • Queensland, Australia
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Thanks so much for your feedback, we really appreciate you taking the time to post. Really sorry to hear about your job too!
Take care Douglas
  • Posted 20 Apr 2020 11:45
  • Reply by FLA_Rosie
  • Queensland, Australia
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Awesome blog, thanks for sharing! The view from my window is not as fancy as this and I miss my job...
  • Posted 17 Apr 2020 22:29
  • Reply by Douglas_Wynne
  • Texas, United States
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