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Location: Memphis, TN
I am an everyday Joe. I am blessed with a wife and 3 kids that truely fills me with joy and an overall fullfillment that makes me cherish the everyday routine of life. I completed a Master Woodworking program in St. Louis, Mo and began working in a small woodwork shop in TN. I am lucky enough to still have that job in a high-end cabinet shop which makes "work" not seem so much like work at all. I have found that i still love to be a student in the fact that if i can learn something new then my intrest is peaked (what is your take on ....). I have been following this site for the last 3 months and i am very impressed with some of the blogs, reviews, and projects. One of the pleasing things i have found with woodworking anywhere is the kinship and overall willingness to help one another with a tip here, or helpfull review from different people's own perspective. One thing i have just started and consider to be one of my most valuable tools in the shop are the notes and tips from fellow woodworkers, carpenters, or craftsmen of any kind. I know that the school i went to was a great experience for me, but the tips from the "seasoned" craftsmen have saved me costly mistakes in the past. So, my ears are open but you might have to speak up because i don't take my ear plugs out while in the shop:)
-- From the day you are born to your final ride in the herse, things are never as bad where they couldn't be worse.
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