A few weeks ago I was reading Kari Hultman’s blog over at The Village Carpenter blog where she encouraged woodworkers to involve others in woodworking. (The idea wasn’t original with her, but that’s where I found it.)
I was a little late in hearing about it, but realized it was still a good idea. So this past week I had my 11 year old son in the shop. We drew some design ideas, picked out wood, cut some dovetails, selected stain color options, and worked on a project together.
I’ve not posted a picture of the project. The project doesn’t matter. What matters was the time spent with my son. And as you can see below, it was time well spent!
-- Glen, Pennsylvania, Colossians 3:23 "Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men."