My Father was an amazing “creationist”, he could build anything and it was amazing to watch him work. He worked with wood, steel, and earth to build what he liked from toys, to his home in Northern Michigan. As I grew up, he would build us toys, a Doll House for my sisters (with electricity) and construction equipment for me and my brother. As my Father grew older and finally finished his home, he retired and started building very detailed toys and gave them as gifts to family as well as friends; nothing gave him more joy than the expression of thanks and the look of “this is amazing, I can’t believe you took the time to make this for me!!!” My Father has passed, but his legacy lives on in me and my family. I have taken the path of building boxes (his toys cannot be matched) and giving them as gifts to family and friends for birthdays, weddings, and in some cases, the passing of loved ones. I want to say this, I now know how my Father felt when someone looked at him and said “this is amazing, I can’t believe you took the time to make this for me!!!” Now, I can truly say, “Pop, thanks for the Legacy that you left me and for the time you took to make others feel good”.
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