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On Woodworking... #2: Much Appreciated

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Blog entry by Brohymn62 posted 01-24-2013 03:14 PM 748 reads 0 times favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch
« Part 1: So many ideas Part 2 of On Woodworking... series Part 3: New shop layout »

I try to make time a least a couple of times a week to come onto the website and look at the wonderful projects that people out there are putting their time into. It’s amazing that every time I look through the projects, there are so many great and beautiful things that people out there are creating. It’s so easy to loose sight of these kinds of things in day to day life. I think that’s why I enjoy building things, and not just out of wood… but anything. It brings such a feeling of accomplishment and satisfaction that I have to say I don’t see every day in my work life… but a lot more now with my personal life since my daughter was born. I can’t wait to come home to her everyday. Of course, because of that, I enjoy less shop time but I’m ok with that… infact, all my upcoming project ideas revolve around creating things for her. I’m sure we will both enjoy that.

So to all you people out there creating and building, Thank You! You’re work is appreciated everyday but me and tons of others out there in the wood working community!

-- Chris G. ; Los Angeles, CA



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#1 posted 01-24-2013 04:04 PM

Chris,

My little girl just turned 3. Still way too little to be around sharp spinning things, so I can’t exactly bring her in the garage with me while I work. So yeah, there’s a lot less time that I can do anything wood related. But it’s worth it to see her grow up. Just enjoy your time together and love her as much as you can.

-- Brian Timmons - http://www.BigTWoodworks.com

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